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Semester -I (Year-I)

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P As per UGC-

No. Code (C) (H) As per BU

CBCS

MTG

1 Applied Math - I 2 1 0 3 3 School Core Foundation Core

101

PYG

2 Applied Physics 3 0 1 4 5 School Core Foundation Core

101

ECG

3 Basics of Electrical Engineering 2 0 1 3 4 School Core Foundation Core

101

MEG Foundation

4 Basics of Mechanical Engineering & Workshop 2 0 2 4 6 School Core

101 Core/SEC

CSG

5 Fundamentals of Computers & Languages 2 0 1 3 4 School Core Foundation Core

101

ECE

6 DSE - I 3 0 0 3 3 Dept. Elective DSE

102

7 OPU UE (OPEN) - I 2 0 0 2 2 Univ Elective Open Elective

HMU

8 Essentials of Management – UE (H&M) – I – GE - I 2 0 0 2 2 Univ Elective AECC

165

SMG Essential

9 Student Mentoring and Counselling 0 0 1 1 1 Foundation Core

103 Comp

Credits= 24.5 Hours = 30

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School: School of Languages and Basic Dept.: Mathematics

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Sciences

1 Course Code MTG101

2 Course Title Applied Math-1

3 Credits 2-1-0 (3)

4 Contact Hours

2-1-0 (3)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. To ensure the understanding of Logarithms and its properties.

2. To get familiar with the fundamental rules of differentiation and Integration,

solving quadratic and cubic polynomials.

3. To understand the concepts of partial differentiation.

4. To learn the techniques to maximize and minimize a function of one

variable.

5. To solve problems of line, surface and volume integrals.

6. To evaluate double and triple integrals and use these to find areas and

volumes.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to solve related problems on

1. Logarithm amplifier, Blod Plots, exponential curves of voltage and current,

etc.

2. Computer programming using the techniques of Differentiation and

integration of functions, Use logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse

trigonometric functions.

3. Linear and quadratic inequalities, conic sections such as cone, cylinder and

sphere.

4. Physical significance of partial derivatives and its use to find tangents and

normal to a given surface.

5. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering using Taylor and Maclaurin series.

6. Optimization Techniques in software optimization, Assembly language,

embedded system, etc.

7. Solving ODEs such as Cauchy, Legendre, Leibnitz, Bernouli and use them in

other areas such as potential theory, wave propagation, heat transfer, forced

oscillations.

8. Finding areas and volumes of plane figures by using double and triple

integrals.

9. Physics using the concept of gradient, divergence, curl and Laplacian

operators

10. Classical Mechanics and Electrodynamics using Gauss, Green and Stokes

theorems

7 Outline syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours

7.01 MTG101.A Unit A Basic Mathematics

Common and Natural logarithm. Laws and properties of logarithm.

7.02 MTG101.A1 Unit A Topic 1

Measurement of angles. Graphs of trigonometric functions.

Fundamental rules of differentiation and integration. Limit, continuity,

7.03 MTG101.A2 Unit A Topic 2

differentiability and maxima and minima of a function of a single variable

Proper and Improper Integrals. Solutions of linear, quadratic and cubic

7.04 MTG101.A3 Unit A Topic 3

equations. Inequalities

Basics of lines, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, circle, Planes, sphere, cone and

7.05 MTG101.A4 Unit A Topic 4

cylinder

7.06 MTG101.B Unit B Differential Calculus

Limits, continuity and differentiability of functions of two variables. Partial

7.07 MTG101.B1 Unit B Topic 1

derivatives

7.08 MTG101.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Euler’s theorem for homogeneous functions

7.09 MTG101.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Partial derivatives of composite functions.

7.10 MTG101.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Change of variables, Jacobians

7.11 MTG101.B5 Unit B Topic 5 Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s Theorems

7.12 MTG101.B6 Unit B Topic 6 Maxima and minima of functions of two and three variables

7.13 MTG101.B7 Unit B Topic 7 Lagrange’s method of multipliers.

7.14 MTG101.B8 Unit B Topic 8 Curve Tracing of Standard curves

7.15 MTG101.C Unit C Ordinary Differential equations and its Applications

Linear differential equations of first order (Leibnitz’s equations), equation

7.16 MTG101.C1 Unit C Topic 1

reducible to the linear form (Bernoulli’s equation).

7.17 MTG101.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients.

Method of variation of parameters. Linear differential equations of higher

7.18 MTG101.C3 Unit C Topic 3 order with variable coefficients-Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear differential

equation.

7.19 MTG101.C4 Unit C Topic 4

7.20 MTG101.D Unit D Multiple Integrals

Evaluation of Double and triple integrals, for Cartesian, polar and spherical

7.21 MTG101.D1 Unit D Topic 1

coordinates.

7.22 MTG101.D2 Unit D Topic 2 Change of order of integration, Change of variables

7.23 MTG101.D3 Unit D Topic 3 Applications of double and triple integrals to find area and volumes.

7.24 MTG101.E Unit E Vector Calculus & Its Applications

Addition, subtraction and scalar multiplication of vectors. Differentiation and

7.25 MTG101.E1 Unit E Topic 1

integration of vecors. Applications to velocity fields. Directional derivatives.

7.26 MTG101.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Gradient, divergence and curl operators and physical interpretations.

7.27 MTG101.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Evaluation of Line, surface and Volume Integrals

7.28 MTG101.E4 Unit E Topic 4 Gauss divergence, Greens and Stokes Theorem

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal

40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 (2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

9.1 Text book E.Kreyszig :Advanced Engineering Mathematics-Volume-I, John Wiley & Sons

1. R.K.Jain & S.R.K. Iyenger, Advance Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House

9.2 3. Srimanta pal and Subhod C Punia : Engineering Mathematics,Oxford University Press.

Reference(s)

4. R.D.Sharma, Mathematics for Class XI, XII. Dhanpar Rai Publications, New Delhi.

5. N.P.Bali, A Text book of Engineering Mathematics,Laxmi Publications New Delhi

Related Free

9.3 Minitab/Mathematica/Matlab

Software

Pedagogical

10 Black Board/ PPT.

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Languages and Basic Dept. of Physics

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Sciences

1 Course Code PYG101

2 Course Title Applied Physics

3 Credits 3-0-1 (4)

4 Contact Hours

3-0-2 (5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. To develop the understanding of scalar and vector fields and Em Wave equation.

2. To prepare students for the physical concepts of optics and Laser and their

applications.

3. To know the concepts of acoustics of buildings & apply them in making halls

4. To make the students know how to classify different types of Magnetic Materials.

5. To distinguish between different types of superconductors

6 Course Outcome On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Learn gradient, divergence & curl of vector fields

2. Understand the role of electromagnetic waves in communication.

3. Apply the knowledge of dielectrics in electrical phenomenon.

4. Make out differences between Interference, Diffraction, and Polarizations.

5. Learn Malus & Brewesters Law and Phenomenon of Dispersion.

6. Understand the production and Utilization of lasers in various disciplines.

7. Understand the structure, basic theory, & attenuation in optical fibres

8. Understand the SHM and Harmonic Oscillator

9. Design the architecture acoustics useful in modern theatres, halls and

communication engineering.

10. Distinguish between Free, Forced, Damped and Resonant Vibrations

11.Analyze the concept and application of different types of magnetic materials in

various discipline

12. Understand the properties of Ferrites and their use in communication

13. Understand the concept of Hysteresis Loop and soft and Hard magnetic materials

14. Classify the diamagnetism & superconductors

15. Decide the applications of superconductors in various disciplines

7 Outline syllabus: 52 Lecture Hours; 26 Lab Hours;

7.01 PYG101.A Unit A Electrostatics and Electromagnetic Waves

Scalar and vector field, Gradient of a Scalar field, Divergence and curl of a

7.02 PYG101.A1 Unit A Topic 1

vector field and their physical significance

Equation of continuity, Displacement current, Maxwell equation and their

7.03 PYG101.A2 Unit A Topic 2 significance, Electromagnetic Wave equation in Free Space and conducting

Medium, Velocity of Electromagnetic waves

Dielectric constant and Dielectric strength, Polarization of Dielectric,

7.04 PYG101.A3 Unit A Topic 3

Electromagnetic Spectrum.

7.05 PYG101.B Unit B Optics

Interference: Conditions for sustained interference. Interference due to (i)

7.06 PYG101.B1 Unit B Topic 1 division of wave front (Fresnel’s Biprism), Diffraction, Fraunhofer and Fresnel

diffraction, Fraunhofer diffraction through a single slit,

Diffraction Pattern due Plane Diffraction grating, Polarization, Malus Law

7.07 PYG101.B2 Unit B Topic 2

Brewester law, Polarization by reflection ,

7.08 PYG101.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Polarization by scattering, Nicol Prism.

7.09 PYG101.C Unit C Laser and Optical Fibre

Introduction to lasers, characteristics of laser, spontaneous and stimulated

7.10 PYG101.C1 Unit C Topic 1

emission, Einstein’s coefficients, three and four level laser system,

7.11 PYG101.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Ruby, He-Ne, applications of lasers

Optical fiber, physical structure and basic theory, Numerical aperture, modes

7.12 PYG101.C3 Unit C Topic 3 in optical fibers, step index and graded index fibers, Attenuation, losses in

optical fibers

7.13 PYG101.D Unit D Oscillations and Acoustics of Buildings

Periodic and oscillatory motion, Transverse and Longitudinal vibrations SHM,

7.14 PYG101.D1 Unit D Topic 1

differential equation of SHM and its solution, Energy of harmonic oscillator,

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

Free, Forced, Damped and Resonant Vibrations, Basic requirement for the

7.15 PYG101.D2 Unit D Topic 2

Acoustically good hall/Building,

Reverberations, Reverberation time, Sabine formula (without derivation),

7.16 PYG101.D3 Unit D Topic 3 Absorption coefficient, Transmission of sound waves and transmission loss

and Factors affecting the Transmission.

7.17 PYG101.E Unit E Magnetic Materials and Superconductivity

Magnetic properties of materials, Basic idea of diamagnetic, paramagnetic and

7.18 PYG101.E1 Unit E Topic 1

ferromagnetic materials, antiferromagnetic materials and Ferrites,

PYG101.E2 Unit E Topic 2

Type I Type II superconductors, London Equations, BCS theory, Application

7.19 PYG101.E3 Unit E Topic 3

of Superconductors

PYG101.L LAB EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 7 Experiments Mandatory)

Experiment-1 To Calculate the least count and study the working of Vernier

7.21 PYG101.L01 Lab Expt.1

Calliper, Travelling Microscope, Screw Gauge and Spherometer.

7.22 PYG101.L02 Lab Expt.2 Experiment-2 To study the V-I Characteristics of PN- junction diode.

7.23 PYG101.L03 Lab Expt.3 Experiment-3 To Calculate the Wavelength of the Laser beam

Experiment-4 To Study the diffraction using laser beam and hence determine

7.24 PYG101.L04 Lab Expt.4

the grating element of the give grating.

PYG101.L05 Lab Expt.5 Experiment-5 To determine the frequency of A C main supply using an

7.25

electrical vibrator in transverse arrangement

Experiment-6 To Find the Wavelength of Sodium light by Newton’s Rings

7.26 PYG101.L06 Lab Expt.6

Experiment

7.27 PYG101.L07 Lab Expt.7 Experiment-7 To Determine the (i) Value of g by a Bar Pendulum.

(ii)Radius of Gyration and the Moment of Inertia of the Pendulum.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal

40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.15 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 (2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Modern Physics for Engineers- S.P.Taneja, R.Chand& Co. Publishers, New Delhi, 3 rd

9.1 Text book Edition, 2009.

2. Modern Engineering Physics S.L Gupta and Sanjeev Gupta, Dhanpat Rai Publications

1. Engineering Physics by A.K Singh, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2005

2. Optics by Ajoy Ghatak, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2005

Supplementary

9.2 3. Introduction to Electrodynamics by D. J. Griffith, 3 rd Edition, PHI Learning Private Limited,

Reference(s)

1999

Related Free

9.3

Software

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Seminars/ PPT/Lab Experiments & Demonstrations.

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory & Lab Course Offered by:

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 101

2 Course Title Basics of Electrical Engineering

3 Credits 2-0-1(3)

4 Contact Hours 2-0-2(4)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives The aim of this course provides an in-depth and all-inclusive introduction to the

principles of electrical engineering. The scope of this course gives a detailed coverage

on circuit analysis, magnetic circuits, transformer principles, alternating quantities,

various measuring instruments and house wiring, AC and DC machines.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

1. Acquire overview about instruments used for measurements

2. Acquire basic knowledge about basic theorems and circuit elements

3. Acquire basic knowledge about transformers, and ac/dc machines and their

applications

4. Acquire knowledge about basic concepts of Magnetic circuits and three phase

circuits

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours, 26 Lab Hours

7.01 ECG101.A Unit A Introduction to Electrical Engineering

ECG101.A1 Unit A Topic Discuss the basics of electricity and electrical quantities with elements.

7.02

1

ECG101.A2 Unit A Topic Introduction to various associated laws governing the principles of electrical

7.03

2 engineering.

ECG101.A3 Unit A Topic AC Circuits Waveforms and RMS Value – Power and Power factor

7.04

3

ECG101.A4 Unit E Topic Real power, reactive power, apparent power and power factor.

7.05

4

ECG101.B Unit Magnetic Circuits

7.06

B

ECG101.B1 Unit B Topic Introduction to magnetic laws and theory of magnetic circuits.

7.07

1

ECG101.B2 Unit B Topic Introduction to magnetic quantities, magnetic materials their properties and

7.08

2 characteristics.

ECG101.B3 Unit B Topic Analogy between magnetic and electrical circuits and energy in linear

7.09 3 magnetic circuits

7.10

C

ECG101.C1 Unit C Topic Introduction to generation of AC voltage.

7.11

1

ECG101.C2 Unit C Topic Representation of alternating quantities and phasor algebra.

7.12

2

ECG101.C3 Unit C Topic Introduction to single phase series and parallel circuits and series parallel

7.13

3 resonance

7.14 ECG101.D Unit D Transformer principles and three phase system

ECG101.D1 Unit D Topic Introduction to the principle, construction and operation of single phase

7.15

1 transformers.

ECG101.D2 Unit D Topic Three phase voltage generation and three phase transformers.

7.16

2

ECG101.D3 Unit D Topic Type of three phase connections and measurement of three phase power

7.17

3

ECG101.E Unit Electrical Machines

7.18

E

ECG101.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Introduction to the basic principle, construction and operation of synchronous

7.19

machines

ECG101.E2 Unit E Topic Discuss the principle, construction and operation of single phase induction

7.20

2 motor.

7.21 ECG101.E3 Unit E Topic Introduction to three phase induction motor

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

3

7.22 ECG 101 LAB EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 7 Experiments Mandatory)

7.23 ECG101.L01 Lab Expt 1 To Verify Ohm’s Law and its limitations

7.24 ECG101.L02 Lab Expt 2 To study and Measure values of different components using multimeter

ECG101.L03 Lab Expt 3 To observe sine wave, square wave, triangular wave and ramp waveforms on

7.25

the C.R.O. and to measure amplitude and frequency of the waveforms.

ECG101.L04 Lab Expt 4 To verify the voltage and current relationship in star and delta connected

7.26

System

ECG101.L05 Lab Expt 5 To find the voltage and current relationship in RL series circuit and to

7.27

determine the power factor of the circuits.

7.28 ECG101.L06 Lab Expt 6 To verify the rating of compact fluorescent lamp.

7.29 ECG101.L07 Lab Expt 7 To perform open circuit and short circuit test on transformer

ECG101.L08 Lab Expt 8 To start and reverse the direction of rotation of a Induction Motor, Induction

7.30

Motor.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal

40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.15 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 (2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

Basic electrical and electronics engineering by M.S Sukhija &T. K Nagsarkar Oxford press.

9.1 Text book

J.B. Gupta, Basics of Electrical and Electronics,Kataria sons

1. Golding E.W, Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instrument, Wheeler and Co

Supplementary

9.2 2. Christopher R. Robertson, Fundamentals Electrical and Electronics Principles, Elsevier

Reference(s)

3. Hughes, Electrical and Electronics Technology, Pearson

Related Free NA

9.3

Software

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task/ Lab

10

Methods Experiments & Demonstrations

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and

Theory & Lab Course Offered by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Technology

1 Course Code MEG 101

2 Course Title Basic of Mechanical Engineering and Workshop

3 Credits 2-0-2(4)

4 Contact Hours

2-0-4 (6)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives The student will be able to

1. To make students to learn the basic principles and fundamentals involved in the

inter-conversion of thermal energy into mechanical energy.

2. Familiarize the students with the construction and working of an engine and the

performance characteristics used to evaluate their performance.

3. Familiarize the students with the concepts involved in center of gravity and

moment of inertia

4. To develop knowledge of workshop practice and basic use of machine tools and

workshop equipment.

6 Course Outcome On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Define Thermodynamics and its scope in the field of energy technology

2. Engineering Applications.

3. Thermodynamic properties, specific heats, internal energy.

4. Analyze the various laws of thermodynamics.

5. Understand the difference between various thermodynamics process.

6. Explain the term reversibility as applied to a thermodynamic process.

7. Limitation of first law of thermodynamics.

8. Heat pump and refrigerator.

9. Carnot cycle.

10.Kelvin plank and clausius statement.

11.Engineering applications.

12.Determination of position of centroid of plane geometric figure of I, U,H,L,T, C.

13.Centre of gravity of regular solids.

14.Solve the problems related to the moment of inertia of simple solids and axis

theorem.

15.Moment of inertia of I,U,H,L,T,C circular and triangular sections along various

axis.

7 Outline syllabus: 30 Lecture Hours

7.01 ME 101.A Unit A Basic concepts and definitions

Introduction, thermodynamic system, properties and state, process and cycles.

7.02 ME 101.A1 Unit A Topic 1

Force, energy, pressure.

Specific volume, zeroth law, work, heat, definition of work and its

7.03 ME 101.A2 Unit A Topic 2

identification, work done.

7.04 BS 103.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Work done at the moving boundary, concept of heat.

7.05 ME 101.B Unit B First law of thermodynamics

7.06 ME 101.B1 Unit B Topic 1 First law of control mass, first law for a cycle as well as for a change of state.

7.07 ME 101.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Internal energy and enthalpy.

7.08 ME 101.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Specific heats, internal energy.

7.09 ME 101.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Enthalpy and specific heat of ideal gas.

7.10 ME 101.B5 Unit B Topic 5 First law as a rate equation, problem analysis and solution technique.

7.11 Unit B Topic 6 Engineering applications.

ME 101.B6

7.12 ME 101.B7 Unit B Topic 7 First law for control volume, conservation of mass in control volume.

7.13 ME 101.B8 Unit B Topic 8 Transient process, Engineering applications.

7.14 ME 101 C Unit C Second law of thermodynamics

Limitation of first law of thermodynamics and need of second law of

7.15 ME 101.C1 Unit C Topic 1

thermodynamics.

7.16 ME 101.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Reversible process, heat engine.

7.17 ME 101.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Heat pump.

7.18 ME 101.C4 Unit C Topic 4 Refrigerator.

7.19 ME 101.C5 Unit C Topic 5 Carnot Cycle, two prepositions regarding efficiency of Carnot Cycle.

7.20 ME 101.C6 Unit C Topic 6 Energy Conservation efficiency and COP.

7.21 ME 101.C7 Unit C Topic 7 Kelvin Plank and Clausius Statement.

7.22 ME 101.C8 Unit C Topic 8 The ideal gas Carnot Cycle.

7.23 ME 101.C9 Unit C Topic 9 Engineering Applications, Concept of Entropy.

Unit C Topic Entropy Change of a reversible and irreversible process, Principle of increase

7.24 ME 101.C10

10 of entropy.

7.25 ME 101.D UNIT D Centroid, Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia.

7.26 ME 101.D1 Unit D Topic 1 Difference between centre of gravity and centroid, Determination of position

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

of centroid of plane geometric figure of I,U,H,L,T,C.

7.28 ME 101.D3 Unit D Topic 3 viz. Right circular cone, Solid hemisphere, thin Hollow Hemisphere.

7.29 ME 101.D4 Unit D Topic 4 Numericals.

Area moment of inertia and mass moment of inertia, Polar moment of inertia.

7.30 ME 101.D5 Unit D Topic 5 Parallel axis theorem, Perpendicular axis theorem, radius of gyration,

determination of area.

7.31 ME 101.D6 Unit D Topic 6 Numericals

Moment of inertia of I,U,H,L,T,C. Circular and triangular section along

7.32 ME 101.D7 Unit D Topic 7

various axes.

Mass moment of inertia of circular ring, disc , cylinder, sphere and cone about

7.33 ME 101.D8 Unit D Topic 8

their axis of symmetry and other axis.

7.34 ME 101.L Lab Experiments(Minimum of experiments mandatory)

To prepare mild steel workpiece 48x48x48 mm with a sawing and filing

7.35 ME 101.L01 Lab Expt 1

practice.

To prepare mild steel workpiece 48x48x48 mm with a threaded hole and

7.36 ME 101.L02 Lab Expt 2

square fitting.

7.37 ME 101.L03 Lab Expt 3 To prepare a rectangular tray of G.I sheet.

7.38 ME 101.L04 Lab Expt 4 To prepare a cylinder of G.I sheet.

7.39 ME 101.L05 Lab Expt 5 To prepare Mild steel Butt joint with arc welding set.

7.40 ME 101.L06 Lab Expt 6 To prepare mild steel Lap joint with arc welding set.

7.41 ME 101.L07 Lab Expt 7 To prepare a wooden cross lap joint.

7.42 ME 101.L08 Lab Expt 8 To prepare a wooden dove-tail lap joint.

To prepare the job on lathe machine as per the given drawing involving

following operations: -

1. Cutting

2. Facing

3. Plain turning

7.43 ME 101.L09 Lab Expt 9

4. Step turning

5. Taper turning

6. Knurling

7. Threading

8.1 Internal

40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.15 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 (2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

9.1 Text book 1. Kumar D.S, Elements of Mechanical Engineering, S.K. Kataria and sons

1. Nag P.K., Engineering Thermodynamics, Tata McGraw Hill Heisler, "Advanced Engine

Technology" SAE Publication, 1995

2. Jogers G. and Mayhew Y., Engineering Thermodynamics, Pearson Education

Supplementary

9.2 3 Cengel Y.A. and Boles M.A., Thermodynamics -An Engineering Approach, Tata McGraw Hill

Reference(s)

4. Jain,R.K Production Technology ,Khanna, Publisher,New Delhi.

5. Raghuwanshi ,b.S ; A course in Workshop technology , Vol. 1 & Vol. II Dhanpat Rai , New

Delhi.

Related Free

9.3

Software

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

Pedagogical

10 Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task.

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and

Theory & Lab Course Offered by Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering

Technology

1 Course Code CSG 101

2 Course Title Fundamentals of Computers & Languages

3 Credits 2-0-1(3)

4 Contact Hours 2-0-2(4)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. To familiarize the students of all branches in engineering with computer

fundamentals and basics of programming languages.

2. To have a good understanding about the concept of Programming,

3. To write and read Program code and develop projects in same.

6 Course Outcome On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Recognize the computer system components and assemble them

2. Illustrate and compare different types of memory components

3. Use GUI Operating system and Microsoft Office

4. Perform problem solving and planning a program, Use program design tools

5. Explain the structure of C Program

6. Use different Datatypes and Operators

7. Apply and use Decision Making Statements

8. Apply and use Looping and Jumping Statements

9. Declare, Define and Write functions

10. Declare, Define and Use Arrays

11. Declare, Define and Use Strings

12. Declare, Define and Use Structures

13. Declare, Define and Use Unions.

14. Create, Edit and Use Files

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours, 26 Lab Hours

7.01 CSG 101 Unit A Introduction to Computer

CSG 101 Fundamentals of Computer: Define a Computer System, Block diagram of

7.02 Unit A Topic 1

Computer System and its working.

CSG 101 Problem solving with Computers: Algorithms and Flowcharts, Debugging,

7.03 Unit A Topic 2 testing and documentation, structure-programming concepts, top down and

bottom-up design approaches.

7.04 CSG 101 Unit B Introduction to C

CSG 101 Introduction to Programming in C: Character Set, Identifiers, Keywords, Data

7.05 Unit B Topic 1

types, Constants, variables, Operators

CSG 101 Structure of C program (header files, C pre-processor, standard library

7.06 Unit B Topic 2

functions), History & Evolution of C language, Characteristics of C.

7.07 CSG 101 Unit C Programming Constructs in C

7.08 CSG 101 Unit C Topic 1 Decision Making Statements: if, if else, nested if, switch

CSG 101 Looping statements: for, do while, Nested statements; Jumping statements:

7.09 Unit C Topic 2

break, continue, goto.

CSG 101 Functions: Advantages, declaration, definition & accessing a function, passing

7.10 Unit C Topic 3

arguments, Recursive function

7.11 CSG 101 Unit D Arrays & Strings

CSG 101 Declaration, definition; accessing elements, One dimensional, two dimensional

7.12 Unit D Topic 1

and Multidimensional arrays.

7.13 CSG 101 Unit D Topic 2 String definition & manipulation functions.

7.14 CSG 101 Unit D Topic 3 Application of arrays and strings.

7.15 CSG 101 Unit E Structures, Unions & File Handling

7.16 CSG 101 Unit E Topic 1 Structures & Unions: concepts, declaration, definition, accessing structures

7.17 CSG 101 Unit E Topic 2 Unions: concepts, declaration, definition, Accessing unions

CSG 101 Files: reading, writing text and binary files, pointers, character pointers,

7.18 Unit E Topic 3

pointers to arrays

CSG 101 LAB EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 7 Experiments Mandatory)

7.19 CSG 101 Lab Expt 1 Familiarization with basics of computer and its assembly.

7.20 CSG 101 Lab Expt 2 WAP to print any message on the screen.

7.21 CSG 101 Lab Expt 3 WAP to print area of circle, rectangle & square.

7.22 CSG 101 Lab Expt 4 WAP to calculate i. (a+b)2 ii. (a+b)3 iii. (a2-b2)

7.23 CSG 101 Lab Expt 5 WAP to swap 2 no’s without using a third variable.

7.24 CSG 101 Lab Expt 6 WAP to find whether a no. is even or odd.

7.25 CSG 101 Lab Expt 7 WAP to enter the %age of a student & print whether he is PASS or FAIL

7.26 CSG 101 Lab Expt 8 WAP to print the largest of three numbers.

7.27 CSG 101 Lab Expt 9 WAP to display arithmetic operations using switch-case statement.

CSG 101 WAP to print sum of following series

7.28 Lab Expt 10

1+1/4+1/7+1/10+1/13+1/16+1/19+1/22+1/25

7.29 CSG 101 Lab Expt 11 WAP to Print the Fibonacci series up to n numbers.

7.30 CSG 101 Lab Expt 12 WAP to print a Pyramid of numbers.

7.31 CSG 101 Lab Expt 13 WAP to accept a 3 digit number from the user and print it in reverse.

7.32 CSG 101 Lab Expt 14 WAP to find the average of numbers in a 1D Array.

7.33 CSG 101 Lab Expt 15 WAP to to find Matrix addition, Subtraction and transpose.

7.34 CSG 101 Lab Expt 16 WAP to check whether the entered string is Palindrome or not.

7.35 CSG 101 Lab Expt 17 WAP to print Table of an Integer Number using User Defined Functions.

CSG 101 WAP to find Sum of all Array Elements by passing array as an argument using

7.36 Lab Expt 18

User Define Functions.

7.37 CSG 101 Lab Expt 19 WAP to swap two numbers using pointers.

7.38 CSG 101 Lab Expt 20 WAP to read and print employee's record using structure

7.39 CSG 101 Lab Expt 21 WAP to add certain lines of text to files and print given number of lines of file.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal

40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.15 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

9.1 Text book R. S. Salaria, “Problem Solving and Programming in C”, salaria publishing house.

1. Balagurusamy : “C Programming” Tata McGraw-Hill

Supplementary 2. Y. Kanetkar – “Let us C” BPB Publisher

9.2

Reference(s) 3. H. Schildt – “C the complete Reference” McGraw-Hill

4. Schaum Series- “C Programming” – Gotterfried

Related Free

9.3 1. C Compiler

Software

Pedagogical

10 Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task.

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering & Technology

Department of Electronics And Communication Engineering

UGC CBCS: Department Specific Elective

(DSE )

Theory & Lab Course Offered School of Engineering and Technology Dept.: Electronics and Communication

by: engineering

2 Course Title Project on Electronics –DSE – I

3 Credits 3-0-0 (3)

4

This course is introduced for all Engineering students so that they should come to know about the

various basic electrical and electronics components and their usage. Based upon usage and properties

5 Course they will learn how to make small small projects and know about the electronics around them. The

Objectives objective of the course also involve about the projects made by students so that they can self motivate

themselves for bigger achivevements in the field of electronics

After completion of the course the students will be able to explain the usage and various properties of

Learning the electronics components used in day to day life.

6 Outcomes Students will be able to make projects based on electronics

Students will be able to understand and explain the electronics around them.

7 Outline syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECE 102.A Unit A CURRENT , VOLTAGE AND ITS MEASUREMENTS

7.01

7.02 ECE 102.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Electrons -charged with electrons , positive and negative charge , electrons and

atoms , conductors , insulators, cells, rechargeable cells , batteries , battery

7.03 ECE 102.A2 Unit A Topic 2 chargersvoltage and power , sources of power

current,

7.04 ECE 102.A3 Unit A Topic 3 solar cells and projects on solar cells, charged capacitors, mains power, Use of a

multimeter, Use of CRO and its measurements, Frequency Generator

7.05 ECE 102.A4 Unit E Topic 4 power equations, alternating currents, mains electricity , plugs and fuses ,

electricity and magnetism, SI Units

7.06 ECE 102.B Unit B BASIC ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS

ECE 102.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Resistance, Ohm’s Law, Resistors, Resistor Color Code, Preferred Values, More

7.07 about Resistors, Resistor Networks

7.08 ECE 102.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Capacitors, Charging, Capacitors, Inductors, Diodes, Rectifier Diodes, Light

Emitting Diodes,

7.09 ECE 102.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Transistors, Transistor Action, Operational amplifiers and its circuits

7.11 ECE 102.C1 Unit C Topic 1 The Structure of a S ystem, Switches, Light Sensors, Temperature Sensors, Sound

7.12 ECE 102.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Sensors,

Force Sensors, Magnetic Field Sensors, Position and Vibration Sensors, Moisture

Sensors,

7.13 ECE 102.C3 Unit C Topic 3Interfacing Sensors and sensor based various projects (piezoelectric vibration

sensor, open circuit alarm, pendulum switch, fire sensor alarm, water alarm)

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks for course without practical.

8.1 Mid Term Test –I, Test- 40 Marks Each

8.11 II

Assignments 10 Marks

8.12 Quizzes 10 Marks

8.13 Extempore 10 Marks

8.14 Seminar 10 Marks

8.15 End Term Theory Exam 80 Marks

a course practical.

9 References

Text book USA.

9.2 Supplementary 2.

1. Electronics: A First

Getting started Course byby

in Electronics Owen Bishop

Forest 3rd Edition

M. Mims Newns

12th Edition printed in

Reference(s) Publications.

USA.

9.3 Related Free Software 2. Electronics:

NA A First Course by Owen Bishop 3rd Edition Newns

Publications.

10 Pedagogical Methods White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering & Technology

Department of Electronics And Communication Engineering

B.Tech. (ECE ) School Core I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

Dept.: Electronics and Communication

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 102

2 Course Title Analysis of Electrical Circuits-DSE-I

3 Credits 3-0-0 (3)

Contact

4 3-0-0 (3)

Hours (L-T-P)

1. To develop an understanding of the fundamental laws and elements of electric circuits.

2. To learn the energy properties of electric elements and the techniques to measure voltage

and current.

Course 3. To understand waveforms, signals, and transient, and steady-state responses of RLC

5

Objectives circuits. .

4. To understand advanced mathematical methods such as Laplace and Fourier transforms

along with linear algebra and differential equations techniques for solving circuit’s

problems.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Demonstrate electric charge, electric work, potential and other basic terms.

2. Apply Coulombs law, ohms law and Kirchhoff’s law.

3. Analyze circuit elements in series and parallel circuits.

4. Apply nodal and mesh analysis.

Course

6 5. Analyze ideal current and voltage source.

Outcomes

6. Apply various network theorems such as Superposition, Thevenin, Norton.

7. Define impedance, admittance and susceptance

8. Analyze response of RLC circuits.

9. .Find circuit response using Laplace transform

10. Derive signal superposition and Fourier transform

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

CIRCUIT PARAMETERS AND FUNDAMENTAL

7.01 ECE 102.A Unit A

LAWS I

Electric charge. Coulomb’s law. Electric work.

7.02 ECE 102.A1 Unit A Topic 1

Potential. Potential difference. Electric current

Power. Energy. Resistance. Resistivity. Ohm’s law.

7.03 ECE 102.A2 Unit A Topic 2

Kirchoff’s law

Branch. Node. Mesh

7.04 ECE 102.A3 Unit A Topic 3

Circuit elements in series. Circuit elements in parallel

7.05 ECE 102.A4 Unit A Topic 4

CIRCUIT PARAMETERS AND FUNDAMENTAL

7.06 ECE 102.B Unit B

LAWS II

Ideal current source. Ideal Voltage generator. Internal

7.07 ECE 102.B1 Unit B Topic 1

resistance

7.08 ECE 102.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Mesh current method. Node voltage method

7.09 ECE 102.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Thevenin’s theorem. Norton’s theorem

7.10 ECE 102.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Superposition’s theorem

7.11 ECE 102.B5 Unit B Topic 5 Capacitor. Inductors. Electromagnetic flux

7.12 ECE 102.C Unit C COMPLEX IMPEDANCE and ADMITTANCE

Resistance. Phasorial notation. Capacitive and

7.13 ECE 102.C1 Unit C Topic 1

inductive reactance

Impedance. Conductance. Capacitive and inductive

7.14 ECE 102.C2 Unit C Topic 2

susceptance. Admittance

Series and parallel equivalent circuit. RLC series and

7.15 ECE 102.C3 Unit C Topic 3

parallel circuits

7.16 ECE 102.D Unit D LAPLACE TRANSFORM

7.17 Course Scheme & Syllabus

ECE 102.D1 Unit D Topic 1 The Laplace’s transform . Initial value theorem

I Year and

I Semester

final value theorem

7.18 ECE 102.D2 Unit D Topic 2

transform

7.19 ECE 102.D3 Unit D Topic 3 Circuit analysis in the s (complex variable) domain

Resonance. Frequency response. Cutoff frequency.

7.20 ECE 102.D4 Unit D Topic 4

Pole. Zero. Low-pass filter. High-pass filter.

7.21 ECE 102.E Unit E THE FOURIER TRANSFORM

7.22 ECE 102.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Fourier’s trigonometric series. Polar form of Fourier’s

7.23 ECE 102.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Amplitude spectrum and phase spectrum

7.24 ECE 102.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Application to linear circuits

7.25 ECE 102.E4 Unit E Topic 4 The Fourier’s integral. The Fourier’s transform

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

Seminar

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

Presentation 10(1/student)

8.14 Quiz/surprise 10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE 80 ( 2 MTEs) + 50 ( 2 PEs)

(Theory)+PE

8.21 MTE-I+PE 40+25

8.22 MTE-II+PE 40+25

8.3 ETE 80+50

(Theory)+

Practical

Exam

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering & Technology

Department of Electronics And Communication Engineering

Univ Elective

B. Tech (ECE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: AECC

Theory Course Offered by School of Management School of Management

1 Course Code HMU 165

2 Course Title Essentials Of Management

3 Credits 2-0-0 (2)

Contact Hours (L-

4 2-0-0 (2)

T-P)

1. To develop the basic awareness of management functions and various dimensions of

organizational life

2. To help the students gain understanding of the functions and responsibilities of the

manager

3. To provide them tools and techniques to be used in the performance of managerial job,

5 Course Objectives

and enable them to analyze and understand the environment of the organization.

4. To be able to apply theories and course concepts to properly analyze and diagnose

management problems.

5. To be able to recognize the linkages among management topics as they related to

organizational problems.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Demonstrate the ability to apply and synthesize various management functions to make

sound business decision

2. Apply the principles provided by famous management thinkers on different business

situations

3. Practicing the process of management's functions

4. Use the dimensions of Planning and organising functions in the organisation

5. Apprehend staffing process

6 Course Outcomes

6. Understanding the concept of Directing and its importance in business organizations.

7. Apply different theories to an individual’s motivation

8. develop a conceptual understanding of Communication

9. Illustrate the relationship between controlling and the other functions of management

10. Appreciate the co-ordination and team work in the organisation

11. Explain different concepts of management

12. Identify social responsibility and ethical issues involved in business situations

13. Apply latest management concepts in real life situations

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours.

7.01 HMU 165.A Unit A Management Thought& Function of Management

Definition of Management – Science or Art – Manager Vs Entrepreneur –

HMU 165.A1 Unit A Topic 1 types of managers -managerial roles and skills – Evolution of Management –

Scientific, human relations , system and contingency approaches

Current trends and issues in Management. Contribution of Classical

HMU 165.A2 Unit A Topic 2

approach, Behavioural approach and Management Science approach

7.01 HMU 165.B Unit B Planning and Organising

Nature and purpose of planning – planning process – types of planning –

objectives – setting objectives – policies – Planning premises – Strategic

7.02 HMU 165.B1 Unit B Topic 1

Management – Planning Tools and Techniques – Decision making steps and

process.

Nature and purpose – Formal and informal organization – organization chart

– organization structure – types – Line and staff authority –

7.03 HMU 165.B2 Unit B Topic 2

departmentalization – delegation of authority – centralization and

decentralization

7.04 HMU 165.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Staffing – Meaning , features and process of staffing

7.05 HMU 165.C Unit C Directing

7.06 HMU 165.C1 Unit C Topic 1 Directing – Meaning , its importance and elements of directing

7.07 HMU 165.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Motivation – Meaning , types of motivation , Theories of motivation :-

Maslow Need Hierarchy Theory; Herzberg Two Factors Theory, McGregor

theory of motivation

Communication- nature, process, networks and barriers; Effective

7.08 HMU 165.C3 Unit C Topic 3

Communication.

7.09 HMU 165.D Unit D Controlling

Controlling - Need, Nature, importance, Process of controlling and

7.10 HMU 165.D1 Unit D Topic 1

techniques of controlling

7.11 HMU 165.D2 Unit D Topic 2 Coordination - Need and Importance of co-ordination

7.12 HMU 165.E Unit E Conceptual framework& Recent Trends in Management

Conceptual framework of management :- Marketing Management, Financial

7.13 HMU 165.E1 Unit E Topic 1

Management, Human Resource Management and Operational management .

Recent Trends in Management: Social Responsibility of Management ,

7.14 HMU 165.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Management of Change ,Management of Crisis , Total Quality Management,

Stress Management, International Management.

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks

Internal

8.1 40%

Assessment

Attendance

8.11 10% (75-80% 1 mark, 81-85% 2 marks, 86-90% 3 marks, 91-95% 4 marks, 96-100% 5 marks)

(Theory)

Homework

8.12 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)

(Theory)

8.13 Quiz (Theory) 10% 1 (Better of 2 Quiz or other Suitable Means)

8.14 Class

Presentation/Report 10%

Faculty Discretion

8.15 or other suitable 5%

means

8.2 MTE (Theory) 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)

8.3 ETE (Theory) 40%

9 References

9.1 Text book Management (Principles, Processes, and Practices), Anil Bhatt, Arya Kumar, Oxford

1. Management (A Global Perspective), Heinz Weihrich, Cannice & Koontz, Tata McGraw

Hill

Supplementary 2. Management: Principle & Applications, Griffin, Cengage Learning

9.2

Reference(s) 3. Management, Stephen Robbins & Coulter Mary, Pearsons Education

4. Management, V S P Rao & V H Krishna, Excel Books

5. Principles of Management, P.Subba Rao, Himalaya Publishing

9.3 Free Software http://bookboon.com/en/management-organisation-ebooks

Pedagogical

10

Methods White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task.

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year I Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering & Technology

Department of Electronics And Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (EEE) I Year I Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code SMG103

2 Course Title Student Mentoring & Counselling

3 Credits 0-0-0.5 (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-0.5 (0.5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to someone

impartial, so you are free to explore your true feelings and be supported

without judgment. Because everyone is different, a counsellor does not

simply dish out advice – the discussions in counselling are aimed at helping

you understand what is going on for you and what would help you best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for faculty members

who seek to improve their effectiveness as mentors. Students and their

mentors share responsibility for ensuring productive and rewarding

mentoring relationships. Both parties have a role to play in the success of

mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.01 SMG103.A Unit A

7.02 SMG103.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Being transparent about expectations from students.

Ease their transition from familiar environment to the new unaccustomed

7.03 SMG103.A2 Unit A Topic 2

surroundings.

Assist in their changeover and interaction with new people without feeling the

7.04 SMG103.A3 Unit A Topic 3

pressure of being judged by peers.

7.05 SMG103.A4 Unit A Topic 4 Aid in understanding the new study style and teaching methods.

7.06 SMG103.A5 Unit A Topic 5 Facilitate understanding the new-found independence.

7.07 SMG103.A6 Unit A Topic 6 Pushing them to find new creative outlets and exploring new fields.

7.08 SMG103.A7 Unit A Topic 7 Disperse their fear of being judged by peers.

7.09 SMG103.A8 Unit A Topic 8 Motivating students to have faith in themselves & their ideas.

7.10 SMG103.A9 Unit A Topic 9 Give full attention to students when they are talking to you.

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P

No. Code (C) (H) As per BU As per UGC

MTG

1 Applied Math – II 2 1 0 3 3 School Core Foundation Core

204

CHG

2 Industrial Chemistry 3 0 1 4 5 School Core Foundation Core

101

ECG

3 Basic Electronics Engineering 2 0 1 3 4 School Core Foundation Core

204

EVU

4 Basic Civil & Environmental Engineering 3 0 0 3 3 School Core Foundation Core

203

ECG Foundation Core

5 Instrumentation for Engineers & Scientists – SEC-II 2 0 1 3 4 School Core

205 /SEC

MEG Foundation Core

6 Engineering Drawing and Practical Geometry-SEC-III 1 0 2 3 5 School Core

204 /SEC

ECE

7 DSE- II 3 0 0 3 3 Dept. Elective DSE

206

CPU English Communication & Soft Skills – UE (C&PD)- Intersidc / Generic

8 2 0 0 2 2 Univ Elective

101 I – AECC-I Elective

SMG Essential

9 Student Mentoring and Counselling 0 0 1 1 1 Foundation Core

207 Comp

Credits= 24.5 Hours = 30

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Languages and Basic

Theory & Lab Course Offered by Dept. of Mathematics

Sciences

1 Course Code MTG 204

2 Course Title Applied Math-II

3 Credits 2-1-0 (3)

4 Contact Hours

2-1-0 (3)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. To ensure the students to understand various number series, permutations

and combinations, concept of probability, measures of central tendency and

dispersions.

2. To get familiar with the discrete probability distributions such as Binomial,

Possion and continuous distributions such as Normal distribution.

3. To be able to apply the concepts of Linear algebra to solve related problems

in electric networks.

4. To be able to know the techniques of Laplace and Fourier Transforms and

apply these techniques in solving related heat, wave and Laplace problems in

potential theory.

5. To be able to understand Analytic functions and use these in solving

practical problems in complex potential theory.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to solve related problems on

1. Various standard series, permutations and combinations, conditional

probability, independent and dependent events.

2. A.M, G.M,H.M for a frequency distribution

3. Binomial, Possion and Normal distributions

4. Inverse of a matrix, consistency for a system of linear equations in 2 or

3unknowns.

5. Cayley Hamilton theorem and its applications in improper integrals

6. Sufficient conditions of Laplace transform & its applications to derivatives

7. Convolution theorem & its applications to differential equations

8. Fourier transformations, inverse Fourier transformation & its properties

9. Homogeneous linear partial differential equations

10. Vibrations of a stretched string in two dimension,strtetched membraneand

conduction of heat in a uniform bar and in a metallic plate under steady state

conditions

11. Flow of heat in a rectangular or square plate in two and three dimension

12. The construction of harmonic functions in potential theory, study of

isothermal lines, heat flow, deflection of beams, equipotential surfaces

13. Taylor and Laurrent series in a complex plane

14. Contours and real integrals, residues

7 Outline syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours

7.01 MTG204.A Unit A Combinatorics and Statistics

7.02 MTG204.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Permutations and combinations.

Introduction to probability, conditional probability, independent and dependent

7.03 MTG204.A2 Unit A Topic 2

events

7.04 MTG204.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Introduction to A.P, G.P, H.P, A.G and other standard series.

7.05 MTG204.A4 Unit A Topic 4 Measures of central tendency and dispersions,

7.06 MTG204.A5 Unit A Topic 5 Probability distributions: Binomial, Possion and Normal Distributions.

7.07 MTG204.A6 Unit A Topic 6 Curve fitting by the method of least squares.

7.08 MTG204.B Unit B Linear Algebra

Inverse of a matrix by elementary transformations, Rank of a matrix (Echelon

7.09 MTG204.B1 Unit B Topic 1

& Normal form

Consistency of linear system of equations and their solution by Matrix

7.10 MTG204.B2 Unit B Topic 2

Inversion and Rank methods.

7.11 MTG204.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Linear dependence and independence of vectors

7.12 MTG204.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Eigen values and Eigen vectors

7.13 MTG204.B5 Unit B Topic 5 Cayley-HamiltonTheorem and its applications

7.14 MTG204.B6 Unit B Topic 6 Applications of Linear algebra to electric networks.

7.15 MTG204.C Unit C Laplace and Fourier Transforms

Laplace Transforms: -Existence theorem. Properties, Laplace transform of

7.16 MTG204.C1 Unit C Topic 1

derivatives and integrals.

7.17 MTG204.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Inverse Laplace transform, Convolution theorem.

Applications to differential equations, Fourier transform of elementary

7.18 MTG204.C3 Unit C Topic 3

functions...

Properties of Fourier transformations. Convolution theorem and its

7.19 MTG204.C4 Unit C Topic 4

applications in solving improper integrals,

7.20 MTG204.D Unit D Partial Differential Equations and its Applications:

Formation and solution by direct integration. Linear homogeneous partial

7.21 MTG204.D1 Unit D Topic 1

differential equation of first and higher order

Fourier series, Dirichlet conditions, change of interval. Half range series.

7.22 MTG204.D2 Unit D Topic 2

Fourier series of different waveforms.

Parsavel theorem of Fourier series. Method of separating variables to solve

7.23 MTG204.D3 Unit D Topic 3 One dimensional wave and heat equation. Two-dimensional wave, heat and

Laplace equations in Cartesian Coordinates.

7.24 MTG204.E Unit E Complex Analysis

Complex numbers and Its Properties. Limit, continuity and differentiability of

7.25 MTG204.E1 Unit E Topic 1

complex functions

Analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations in Cartesian and polar co-

7.26 MTG204.E2 Unit E Topic 2

ordinates, Construction of harmonic functions by using C.R.Equations.

7.27 MTG204.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Cauchy theorem, Cauchy Integral formula, Taylor series, Laurent series.

Cauchy Residues theorem, Applications of Contours in solving real Integrals,

7.28 MTG204.E4 Unit E Topic 4

Solving some special Integral by residues

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 (2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

9.1 Text book E.Kreyszig :Advanced Engineering Mathematics-Volume-I,JohnWiley & Sons

1. R.K.Jain & S.R.K. Iyenger, Advance Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House

2. B.S.Grewal :Higher Engineering Mathematics,Khanna Publications, New Delhi

Supplementary

9.2 3. E.Kreyszig :Advanced Engineering Mathematics-Volume-I,JohnWiley & Sons

Reference(s)

4. R.D.Sharma, Mathematics for Class XI, XII. Dhanpar Rai Publications, New Delhi.

5. N.P.Bali, A Text book of Engineering Mathematics,Laxmi Publications New Delhi

9.3 Related Free Software Minitab/Mathematica/Matlab

10 Pedagogical Methods Black Board/ PPT

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Languages and Basic

Theory & Lab Course Offered by Dept. of Chemistry

Sciences

1 Course Code CHG101

2 Course Title Industrial Chemistry

3 Credits 3-0-1 (4)

4 Contact Hours

3-0-2 (5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. The course intends to provide the fundamentals and applications of phase rule,

surface chemistry, volumetric & gravimetric analysis, fuel combustion analysis

and corrosion prevention.

2. The course intends to provide the ability to solve problems related to chemistry

and engineering.

3. This course relies on elementary treatment of qualitative analysis to illustrate the

various concepts involved in the course.

4. The course is aimed to apply the knowledge of basic science in engineering and

technology and also understand the concept of applied chemistry and analyze it

with experiments.

6 Course Outcome On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Develop expertise relevant to the professional practice of Industrial Chemistry

2. Establish an appreciation of the role of Applied Chemistry in various fields of

Engineering.

3. Develop an understanding of the Phase rule and surface chemistry.

4. Know the role of Phase rule concept in the heat treatment process of alloys and

its scope in the area of Material chemistry.

5. Identify and formulate polymers and have a knowledge of various polymers

which have engineering applications

6. Have a knowledge of synthesizing composites and their applications in industry.

7. Describe and use the basic applications of various analytical techniques in

engineering.

8. Apply the knowledge of analytical techniques to the analysis of new materials.

9. Know the classification and storage of various fuels.

10. Illustrate the basic parameters of fuels and their use in industries.

11. Develop an understanding of the theories and reaction mechanisms of corrosion

with its prevention.

12. Study and explore the nature of the corrosion and its control.

13. Design and conduct experiments, as well as to organize, analyze, and interpret

data.

14. Determine surface tension by Stalagmometer.

15. Synthesize polymers

16. Determine acid value of a lubricant.

17. Determine the hardness of water.

18. Determine the Residual Chlorine.

19. Determine the viscosity of oil.

20. Determine the moisture contents.

21. Determine the concentration of solution.

7 Outline syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours, 26 Lab Hours

7.01 CHG101.A Unit A Phase Rule and Surface Chemistry

CHG101.A1 Unit A Topic Definition of terms phase, components and degrees of freedom.

7.02

1

CHG101.A2 Unit A Topic Statement of Phase rule. Phase rule equation and its application to one

7.03 component system

2

CHG101.A3 Unit A Topic Water system and two components system - Pb-Ag system, Pattinson's

7.04 Process of desilverization of lead.

3

CHG101.A4 Unit A Topic Introduction of adsorption and absorption, Types of adsorption

7.05

4

CHG101.A5 Unit A Topic Physical and chemical adsorption, Langmuir adsorption theory

7.06

5

CHG101.A6 Unit A Topic Different types of ion exchange absorption and Applications of adsorption

7.07

6

7.08 CHG101.B Unit B Polymers & Composites

CHG101.B1 Unit B Topic Polymerization and its classification. Thermoplastic and Thermosetting

7.09

1 resins

CHG101.B2 Unit B Topic Elastomers and synthetic fibres. Organic conducting and biodegradable

7.10 polymers

2

CHG101.B3 Unit B Topic Structures - regularity and irregularity; Tacticity of polymers

7.11

3

7.12 CHG101.B4 Unit B Topic4 Crystalinity in polymers, molecular weight determination of polymers:

CHG101.B5 Unit B Topic Number average and weight average molecular weight method,

7.13 Biopolymer.

5

CHG101.B6 Unit B Topic Basics of composites, composition and properties of composites.

7.14

6

CHG101.B7 Unit B Topic Types of composites — Fiber Reinforced composites:

7.15

7

CHG101.B8 Unit B Topic Glass Fiber and Carbon fiber. Advantages and applications.

7.16

8

7.17 CHG101.C Unit C Volumetric & Gravimetric Analysis

CHG101.C1 Unit C Topic Definitions: Titrimetry, Volumetric titrimetry, the equivalence point, the

7.18

1 end point

CHG101.C2 Unit C Topic Classification of volumetric methods

7.19

2

CHG101.C3 Unit C Topic Theory of indicators and buffers

7.20

3

CHG101.C4 Unit C Topic Titrimetric analysis with reference to acid-base, redox titrations.

7.21

4

CHG101.C5 Unit C Topic Precipitations and Complexometric titrations.

7.22

5

CHG101.C6 Unit C Topic Gravimetric analysis Precipitation methods

7.23

6

CHG101.C7 Unit C Topic Volatilization methods, Properties of precipitates and precipitating

7.24 reagents

7

CHG101.C8 Unit C Topic Drying and Ignition of precipitates

7.25

8

7.26 CHG101.D Unit D Fuel Combustion Analysis

CHG101.D1 Unit D Topic Introduction to Fuels, Classification of fuels , Properties of Fuel o il, Coal

7.27 and Gas

1

CHG101.D2 Unit D Topic Storage, handling and preparation of fuels, Principles of Combustion,

7.28 Combustion of Oil, Coal, and Gas

2

CHG101.D3 Unit D Topic Analysis of coal, determination of calorific values, Alternate Fuels for I C

7.29 Engines

3

7.30 CHG101.E Unit E Corrosion & its prevention

CHG101.E1 Unit E Topic Introduction; Different types of corrosion - Wet and Dry corrosion

7.31

1

7.32 CHG101.E2 Unit E Topic Different types of surface films; Mechanisms of wet corrosion; Galvanic

2 corrosion

CHG101.E3 Unit E Topic Galvanic Series; Concentration cell corrosion and differential aeration

7.33 corrosion

3

CHG101.E4 Unit E Topic Soil and microbial corrosions

7.34

4

CHG101.E5 Unit E Topic Factors affecting the rate of Corrosion

7.35

5

CHG101.E6 Unit E Topic Waterline, stress corrosions

7.36

6

CHG101.E7 Unit E Topic Various methods of corrosion control

7.37

7

7.38 CHG 101 LAB EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 7 Experiments Mandatory)

7.39 CHG101.L1 Lab Expt 1 Determination of surface tension by Stalagmometer

7.40 CHG101.L2 Lab Expt 2 Preparation of polymer urea formaldehyde resin

7.41 CHG101.L3 Lab Expt 3 Preparation of polymer phenol formaldehyde resin

7.42 CHG101.L4 Lab Expt 4 Determination of Acid value point of oil

CHG101.L5 Lab Expt 5 To determine the temporary, permanent and total hardness of water by

7.43

EDTA method

7.44 CHG101.L6 Lab Expt 6 Determination of Residual Chlorine

7.45 CHG101.L7 Lab Expt 7 Determination of viscosity of oil by Redwood Viscometer

7.46 CHG101.L8 Lab Expt 8 Determination of moisture contents

7.48 CHG101.L9 Lab Expt 9 Determination of the concentration of solution by Conductometry

7.49 CHG101.L10 Lab Expt 10 Determination of the strength of solution by pH meter

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal

40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.15 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 (2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Engineering Chemistry by P C Jain and M Jain, Dhanpat Rai & Sons (15th Edn), New Delhi.

9.1 Text book 2. Chemistry in Engineering and Technology by J C Kuriacose and J Rajaram, TMH, New

Delhi.

1. Text Book of Polymer Science by F.W. Billmeyer, John Wiley & sons, 1994.

Supplementary 2. Combustion Engineering and Fuel Technology, Oxford & IBH Publishing Company -

9.2

Reference(s) A.K.Shaha

3. Corrosion Engineering by M.G. Fontana, McGraw Hill Publications.

Related Free http://nptel.ac.in/courses/122106028/

9.3

Software

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

10

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECG204

2 Course Title Basics of Electronics

3 Credits 2-0-2 (3)

4 Contact Hours 2-0-2 (4)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and

application of the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for

performing various functions.

2. This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative analysis and

makes use of simple models and equation to illustrate the concepts

involved.

3. To provide an overview of amplifiers, feedback amplifiers and oscillators.

4. To gain the knowledge on existing on future analog circuits.

6 Course Outcome On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Acquire knowledge in the field of solid state materials.

2. Be able to analyze the structure of different types of semiconductor crystal

structures. Know the intrinsic property of semiconductor materials.

3. Idea about the equilibrium and non-equilibrium states of semiconductors

7 Outline syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours, 26 Lab Hours

7.01 ECG204.A Unit A SEMI-CONDUCTORS AND DIODES

ECG204.A1 Unit A Topic Introduction, Insulators, semiconductors and metals

7.02

1

ECG204.A2 Unit A Topic Mobility and conductivity, Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors,

7.03

2

ECG204.A3 Unit A Topic Charge density, current components in semiconductors, Continuity equation,

7.04

3

ECG204.A4 Unit E Topic PN junction diode- Characteristics and analysis, Types of diodes- Zener,

7.05

4 Photodiodes, LED, Varactor diode, tunnel diodes.

ECG204.B Unit DIODE APPLICATIONS

7.06

B

ECG204.B1 Unit B Topic Rectifiers and filter circuit: Half wave rectifier, Full wave rectifier, bridge

7.07

1 rectifier and their analysis,

ECG204.B2 Unit B Topic L,C and Pi filters,

7.08

2

ECG204.B3 Unit B Topic Series and shunt diode clippers, clipping at two independent levels, Clamping

7.09 3 operation, Clamping circuit, Practical clamping circuits, and Basic regulator

supply using zener diode.

ECG204.C Unit TRANSISTORS

7.10

C

ECG204.C1 Unit C Topic Construction and characteristics of BJT, Transistor configuration: CB, CE, CC

7.11

1 configuration,

ECG204.C2 Unit C Topic Transistor biasing and bias stabilization: Operating point, Stability factor,

7.12

2 Analysis of fixed bias, collector to base bias,

ECG204.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Emitter resistance bias circuit and self-bias circuit, Bias compensation

7.13

techniques.

7.14 ECG204.D Unit D FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR

ECG204.D1 Unit D Topic Construction and characteristics of JFET

7.15

1

ECG204.D2 Unit D Topic JFET biasing circuit, JFET amplifier

7.16

2

ECG204.D3 Unit D Topic MOSFET construction and characteristics.

7.17

3

7.18 ECG204.E Unit E AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS

ECG204.E1 Unit E Topic Classification of amplifiers, concept of feedback, Characteristics of feedback

7.19

1 amplifiers, Single stage RC coupled amplifier,

ECG204.E2 Unit E Topic Oscillators, Criterion for oscillation,

7.20

2

ECG204.E3 Unit E Topic Types of oscillators: Hartley oscillator, Colpitt oscillator, RC-phase shift

7.21

3 oscillator, Wein bridge oscillator

7.22 ECG204 LAB EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 7 Experiments Mandatory)

7.23 ECG204.L01 Lab Expt 1 Introduction of Basic of Electronic Engineering lab and basic components and

devices.

7.24 ECG204.L02 Lab Expt 2 To observe sine, square, triangle wave forms with help of function generator

and CRO and observe their amplitude and time period.

7.25 ECG204.L03 Lab Expt 3 To study VI characteristic of diode.

7.26 ECG204.L04 Lab Expt 4 To study half wave rectifier.

7.27 ECG204.L05 Lab Expt 5 To study full wave rectifier.

7.28 ECG204.L06 Lab Expt 6 To study and observe clipping circuit wave form.

7.29 ECG204.L07 Lab Expt 7 To study and observe clamping circuit wave form.

7.30 ECG204.L08 Lab Expt 8 To study and observe N-P-N Bipolar Junction Transistor.

7.31 ECG204.L09 Lab Expt 9 To Study and observe common base configuration of transistor

7.32 ECG204.L10 Lab Expt 10 To Study and observe common ammeter configuration of transistor

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal

40 (Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.15 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Integrated devices & Circuits by Millman & Halkias.

9.1 Text book

2. Electronics Devices and Circuit Theory by R. Boylestad.

Supplementary 1. Electronics Devices and Circuits-II by A.P.Godre & U.A. Bakshi.

9.2

Reference(s) 2. Electronics Devices and Circuit by G.K. Mithal.

Related Free NA

9.3

Software

White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task/ Lab

Pedagogical

10 Experiments &

Methods

Demonstrations

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and

Theory Course Offered by Dept. of Civil Engineering

Technology

1 Course Code EVU203

2 Course Title Basics of Civil and Environmental Studies

3 Credits 3-0-0 (3)

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3-0-0 (3)

P)

1. To describe the use of basic civil engineering materials.

2. To impart an overview of the civil engineering profession and the ethical responsibilities of

Course

5 engineering practice.

Objectives

3. To provide comprehensive knowledge in environmental science, environmental issues and their

management

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Familiarize with different kinds of basic Building Materials used in Construction.

2. Have understanding of alternate materials and their effective utilization in Construction and

Sustainability

3. Demonstrate the use of Standard System of Units in their daily life

4. To have the knowledge of different sectors of transportation and role of engineers in their

development

5. Explain the use of soil as a construction material, advancements and problems involved with it

6. Explain the importance of irrigation techniques and Hydrology

Course 7. Have the understanding of concepts of potable water, waste water and sewage.

6

Outcomes 8. Plan the importance of construction of various building components

9. Knowledge about earthquake resistant structures and their importance in disaster mitigation

10. Help in conserving the biodiversity in daily life.

11. Explain the various kinds of pollution, their impact and prevention

12. Knowledge about nuclear hazards and solid waste management

13. To be prepared for the mitigation of Natural disasters

14. Understand the urban problems related with various environmental aspects.

15. Plan and prepare new techniques of development by reducing low rate consumption of natural

resources through Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) process

16. Demonstrate and create awareness among the masses related to environmental concerns

7 Outline Syllabus: 30 Lecture Hours;

7.01 EVU203.A Unit A Materials and Measurements

Unit A Building materials- Traditional building material, Organic building materials;

7.02 EVU203.A1

Topic 1 Issues concerning traditional material. Modern building materials

Unit A Alternative for scarce materials, Substitutes for timber; utilization of waste

7.03 EVU203.A2

Topic 2 products for alternative materials, Sustainable mater ials in construction.

Unit A Measurements (Methods of measurements, degree of accuracy in

7.04 EVU203.A3

Topic 3 measurements, System of measurements.

Unit A Case study - Computations of Areas and Conversions, Use of Basic standar d

7.05 EVU203.A4

Topic 4 units

7.06 EVU203.B Unit B Introduction to Civil Engineering

Transportation Engineering: Fields of Transportation Engineering,

Unit B

7.07 EVU203.B1 Transportation Systems, Types of pavements, Pavement materials –

Topic 1

conventional and new materials

Unit B Geotechnical Engineering: Soil as construction material, Earth retaining

7.08 EVU203.B2

Topic 2 structures, Foundation, Dams, Ground improvement techniques, Underground

structures

Unit B Irrigation Engineering, Hydrological cycle, Reservoirs/Dams, Canal system,

7.09 EVU203.B3

Topic 3 Hydro-power

Water & Waste Water Engineering: Introduction, Concept of potable water and

Unit B

7.10 EVU203.B4 Sewage, Minimum standards, Distribution System, Waste water treatment,

Topic 4

Importance to society

Unit B Structural Engineering: Introduction to various aspects associated with analysis

7.11 EVU203.B5

Topic 5 and design of various structural systems

Unit B Earthquake Engineering: Introduction, Seismic Zones, Basic construction

7.12 EVU203.B6

Topic 6 practices for earthquake resistant structures, Importance to society

Unit B

7.13 EVU203.B7 Case Study

Topic 7

7.14 EVU203.C Unit C Natural resources, Ecosystem and Biodiversity

Unit C Natural resources and associated problems, Forest resources, Water Resources,

7.15 EVU203.C1

Topic 1 Food Resources and Energy Resources. Case studies associated with them

Concept of an ecosystem, structure and function of an ecosystem, Energy flow

Unit C

7.16 EVU203.C2 in the ecosystem, Ecological succession, Food chains, food webs and ecological

Topic 2

pyramids

Definition: Genetic, Species and Ecosystem diversity, bio -geographical

Unit C classification of India, Hot-spots of biodiversity, Threats to biodiversity:

7.17 EVU203.C3

Topic 3 habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, Man-wildlife conflicts. Conservation of

biodiversity: In-situ and Ex-situ conservation

Unit C

7.18 EVU203.C4 Case Study

Topic 4

7.19 EVU203.D Unit D Basics of Environmental Pollution & Social Issues

Definition, Cause, Effects and Control measures of :- Air pollution , Water

Unit D

7.20 EVU203.D1 pollution , Soil pollution , Marine pollution , Noise pollution , Thermal

Topic 1

pollution

Unit D Nuclear hazards, Solid waste Management: Causes, effects and control

7.21 EVU203.D2

Topic 2 measures of urban and industrial wastes

Unit D Role of an individual in prevention of pollution, Pollution case studies, Disaster

7.22 EVU203.D3

Topic 3 management: Floods, Earthquake, Cyclone and Landslides.

Unit D From Unsustainable to Sustainable development, energy conservation, water

7.23 EVU203.D4 Topic 4 conservation, resettlement and rehabilitation of people; Environmental ethics

Unit D Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear

7.24 EVU203.D5 Topic 5 accidents and holocaust. Case Studies, Wasteland reclamation, Consumerism

and Waste products

Unit D Environment Protection Act , Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act.,

Topic 6 Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Forest

7.25 EVU203.D6

Conservation Act, Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation,

Public awareness

Unit D

7.26 EVU203.D7 Case Study

Topic 7

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Building materials: M.L. Gambhir & Neha Jamwal, MGH Education, Third Edition. 2012

9.1 Text book

2. Environmental Studies, Benny Joseph, 2nd edition, MGH Education

1. Building Materials: P.C. Varghese, Publisher- PHI Learning Ltd.

2. Building Materials: S. C. Rangwala, 41st, Charotar Publishing house Pvt. Ltd.

Supplementary

9.2 3. Clark, R.S. - Marine pollution, Clanderson Press Oxford.

Reference(s)

4. Kaushik & Kaushik, Environmental Science.

5. Miller T. G. Jr. - Environmental Science, Wadsworth Publishing Co.

9.3 Free Software

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year II Semester

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year II Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECG205

2 Course Title Instrumentation for Engineers and Scientists

3 Credits 2-0-1 (3)

Contact

4 2-0-2 (4)

Hours (L-T-P)

1. To present the Fundamentals of Instrumentation, signal acquiring and processing

Course 2. To prepare students to apply their understanding of signal acquiring and

5

Objectives processing

3. Sustainable and effective use of engineering approach for solving day to day problems

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to Demonstrate and Apply the use

of

1. General Design of Instrumentation systems

2. Types of Errors and Analysis

3. Temperature Sensors

4. D i s p l a c e m e n t S e n s o r s

Course 5. Velocity Sensors

6

Outcomes 6. Strain Measurement Techniques

7. Pressure sensors

8. Torque and Mechanical Measurement Techniques

9. Flow Sensors

10. Signal Conditioning Techniques

11. Signal Conversion and Data Acquisition

12.Signal Analysis: Frequency Domain Techniques

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

7.01 ECG205.A Unit A Introduction - General design of instrumentation systems - Error analysis

Unit A Topic Introduction

7.02 ECG205.A1

1

Unit A Topic Design of Instrumentation System

7.03 ECG205.A2

2

Unit A Topic Error Analysis

7.04 ECG205.A3

3

Unit A Topic Case Study

7.05 ECG205.A4

4

7.06 ECG205.B Unit B Temperature Strain and Displacement Sensors

Temperature Sensor Introduction, RTD, Thermocouples, Bimetallic , PN

7.07 ECG205.B1 Unit B Topic 1

Junction, Displacement Sensors, LVDT and Potentiometer

Velocity and Acceleration Sensor, longitudinal, Rotational, Accelerometer,

7.08 ECG205.B2 Unit B Topic 2

Piezoresistive, Silicon PR, Capacitive,

Strain Measurement Techniques, types of strain measurement Techniques, Wire

7.09 ECG205.B3 Unit B Topic 3

and foil , semiconductor, strain gauge, bridge circuits

7.10 ECG205.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Case Study

7.11 ECG205.C Unit C Pressure Sensors

7.12 ECG205.C1 Unit C Topic 1 Introduction, Elastic Body Pressure Sensors

7.13 ECG205.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Capacitive Pressure Sensors, Pressure Switches

7.14 ECG205.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Pressure Sensor Environment Considerations

7.15 ECG205.C4 Unit C Topic 4 Case Study

7.16 ECG205.D Unit D Torque and Mechanical Power Measurement

Unit D Topic Introduction and Definitions, Mechanical Methods, Strain Gauge, Torsion Bars,

7.17 ECG205.D1

1 Non-Contact Magnetic Methods, Surface Acoustic Wave torque transducers

Unit D Topic Flow Sensors, Vector Flow, Volume Flow, Laser Doppler, Ultrasonic

7.18 ECG205.D2

2 Flowmeter

Unit D Topic Vortex Shedding Flowmeters

7.19 ECG205.D3

3

Unit D Topic

7.20 ECG205.D4 Case Study

4

7.21 ECG205.E Unit E Signal Acquiring, Conditioning and Analysis

7.22 ECG205.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Introduction, operational amplifier basics and analysis of circuits

7.23 ECG205.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Common operational amplifier circuits, filter circuits

7.24 ECG205.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Analog to digital conversion and errors

7.25 ECG205.E4 Unit E Topic 4 Case Study

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks

Internal

8.1 40%(Class Teacher)

Assessment

8.11 Attendance 10% (75-80% 2 marks, 81-85% 4 marks, 86-90% 6 marks, 91-95% 8 marks, 96-100% 10 marks)

8.12 Homework 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Quiz 10% (2 Better of 3 Quiz or other Suitable Means)

Presentation/

8.14 10%

Report

Faculty

8.15 5%

Discretion

8.2 MTE 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)

8.3 ETE: 40%

9 References

9.1 Text book Professional Ethics, R. Subramanian, Oxford University Press

Supplementary Professional Ethics and Human Values, M. Govindarajan, S. Natarajan, V.S. Senthilkumar,

9.2

Reference(s) PHI

9.3 Free Software

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year II Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and

Theory & Lab Course Offered by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

Technology

1 Course Code MEG204

2 Course Title Engineering Drawing and Practical Geometry

3 Credits 1-0-2 (3)

Contact Hours

4 1-0-4 (5)

(L-T-P)

The Students will be able to

1. Understands the theory of projections

2. Familiarize with the applications of basics of engineering drawing in the different fields of

Course engineering world.

5

Objectives 3. To understands the possibility of development of new products.

4. Impart and inculcate proper understanding of the theory of projections, development of

solids, and sectioning of solids.

5. To improve the visualization skills of the students.

On successful completion of this course, students are able to

1. Demonstrate knowledge of Engineering drawing and its requirement. Demonstrate

about the sheet sizes, drawing equipment’s, lettering and scale.

2. Demonstrate the nuances of the technical drawing.

3. Understand the relevance of projection. Demonstrate different types of projections

4. Identify how point is determined in space and what are oblique planes?

5. Demonstrate knowledge of solids of revolution.

6. Demonstrate oblique solids?

7. Demonstrate the purpose of sectioning, cutting plane. Understand the concept of AIP

& AVP. And why sectional views are used in drawing.

8. Understand the concept of VT & HT of section plane. Discuss where and why a

Course cutting plane is drawn in a drawing?

6 9. Understands various types of development of surfaces, practical use of development.

Outcomes 10. Demonstrate knowledge of radial line development, parallel line development. Can

surface of a sphere be developed truly. Understands different methods of development of

surfaces. what do you mean by total development of surfaces?

11. Solve the problems related to orthographic projections, principal planes of

projections. Draw a centre line.

12. Differentiate between first angle & third angle of projections. Demonstrate meaning

of axonometric projection, diametric projection, trimetric projection. Define isometric

projection. and isometric scale.

13. Solve the problems of Interpenetration of Solids, Industrial application of

interpenetration of solids.

14. Draw any figure given to them. Use any command in Auto-CADD to create, modify

any drawing given to them.

7 Outline Syllabus: 12 Lecture Hours; 24 Lab Hours;

7.01 MEG204.A Unit A Introduction to Engineering Drawing:

MEG204.A1 Unit A Topic

7.02

1 Introduction to drawing equipment and use of instruments.

MEG204.A2 Unit A Topic

7.03

2 Symbols and conventions in drawing Practice

MEG204.A3 Unit A Topic

7.04

3 Types of lines and their use, Technical lettering as per BIS codes

MEG204.A4 Unit A Topic

7.05

4 Introduction to Dimensioning, Concepts of scale in drawing, Types of scales.

7.06 MEG204.B Unit B Theory of Projections(Spatial geometry):

MEG204.B1 Unit B Topic Projection of points in quadrants.

7.07

1

MEG204.B2 Unit B Topic Projection of lines, true lengths, inclinations, shortest distance;

7.08

2

MEG204.B3 Unit B Topic Planes. Parallel to both H P and V P, Parallel to one and inclined to other, and

7.09

3 inclined to both, contained in profile plane.

MEG204.B4 Unit B Topic True length and angle orientation of straight line: rotation method and

7.10 4 auxiliary plane method. Distance between two non intersecting lines,

and trace of line.

MEG204.B5 Unit B Topic Difference between plane and lamina. Projection of lamina Parallel to one

5 and perpendicular to other, Perpendicular to one and inclined to other,

7.11

Inclined to both reference planes, and Lamina oblique to three reference

planes.

MEG204.B6 Unit B Topic Application of auxiliary planes, and trace of planes

7.12

6

7.13 MEG204.C Unit C Geometrical solids:

MEG204.C1 Unit C Topic Projection of solids. Definition of solids, types of solids, and elements of

7.14 solids.

1

MEG204.C2 Unit C Topic Projection of solids in first or third quadrant, with axis parallel to one and

2 perpendicular to other, axis parallel to one inclined to other, axis inclined to

7.15

both the principle plane, axis perpendicular to profile plane and parallel to

both H P and V P.

MEG204.C3 Unit C Topic Visible and invisible details in the projection. Use rotation and auxiliary plane

7.16 3 method to draw the projections.

7.17 MEG204.D Unit D Section of Solids

MEG204.D1 Unit D Topic Definition of Sectioning and its purpose.

7.18

1

MEG204.D2 Unit D Topic Procedure of Sectioning,

7.19

2

MEG204.D3 Unit D Topic Types of sectional planes. Illustration through examples.

7.20

3

7.21 MEG204.E Unit E Development of Surfaces

MEG204.E1 Unit E Topic Purpose of development,

7.22

1

MEG204.E2 Unit E Topic Parallel line, radial line and triangulation method.

7.23

2

MEG204.E3 Unit E Topic Development of prism, cylinder, cone and pyramid surface for both right

7.24

3 angled and oblique solids, and development of surface of sphere.

7.25 MEG204.F Unit F Orthographic Projections:

MEG204.F1 Unit E Topic Theory, techniques, first and third angle projections,

7.26

1

MEG204.F2 Unit E Topic Multi view drawing from pictorial views.

7.27

2

MEG204.F3 Unit E Topic Pictorial projections, Axonometric projections

7.28

3

7.29 MEG204.G Unit G Interpenetration of Solids:

MEG204.G1 Unit E Topic Vertical interpenetration, horizontal interpenetration drawing of profile at

7.30 entry and exit

1

MEG204.G2 Unit E Topic Purpose of intersection of surfaces, Intersection between the two cylinder,

2 two prisms, prism and pyramid, pyramid and pyramid, cylinder and prism,

7.31

cone and cylinder, sphere and cylinder etc., use of cutting plane and line

method.

7.32 MEG204.H Unit H Introduction to AutoCAD:

MEG204.H1 Unit E Topic Basic commands of AutoCAD viz. Line, Polyline, Rectangle, Polygon,

7.33 Circle, Ellipse, Zoom, Scale, Array, Offset, Mirror etc. Types of lines,

1

Dimensioning,

MEG204.H2 Unit E Topic Theory of Projection – Elements of projection, planes of projection, methods

7.34

2 of projection.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 30% (Class Teacher and Dept or School Panel)

Assessment

Attendance

8.11 NIL

(Theory)

Homework

8.12 20% (8 Mandatory Assignments)

(Theory)

8.13 Quiz (Theory) 5% 1 (Better of 2 Quiz or other Suitable Means)

Laboratory

8.14 NIL

Component

8.15 Any other Non-Credit Work by Teacher

8.2 MTE (Theory) 30% (Better of 2 MTEs)

8.3 ETE (Theory): 40%

9 References

Singh Harwinder, Engineering Drawing and Computer Graphics ,Dhanpat Rai publishing Co.

9.1 Text book

New Delhi

Supplementary Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi.

9.2

Reference(s)

2. D.M. Kulkarni, A.P. Rastogi and A. K. Sarkar, Engineering Graphics with Auto CAD, PHI

Learning Private Limited, New Delhi.

Related Free

9.3 AutoCAD

Software

Pedagogical

10

Methods White/Black Board/ PPT/ Video lectures & Demonstrations.

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B.Tech. (ECE) I Year - II Sem

UGC-CBCS:DSE

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory Course Offered by:

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 206

2 Course Title Integrated Circuits-DSE-II

3 Credits 3-0-0 (3)

Contact

4 3-0-0 (3)

Hours (L-T-P)

1. To Learn major steps in fabrication of VLSI circuits

Course

5 2. To elaborate design processes in integrated Circuit technology

Objectives

3. To learn device miniaturization

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Able to demonstrate the Crystal Growth.

2. Understand the importance of Wafer preparation.

3. Able to define Epitaxy.

Course

6 4. Classify various Oxidation techniques.

Outcomes

5. Classify Various Lithography Techniques.

6. Demonstrate to Plasma Etching and Film deposition Process.

7. Distinguish Diffusion , Ion Implantation and Metallization.

7.01 ECE 206.A Unit A Crystal Growth And Wafer Preparation

Unit A Topic Introduction , Electronic-Grade Silicon

7.02 ECE 206.A1

1

Unit A Topic Crystal Growing: Czochrawlski

7.03 ECE 206.A2

2

Unit A Topic Silicon Shaping

7.04 ECE 206.A3

3

7.06 ECE 206.B Unit B Epitaxy

7.07 ECE 206.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Introduction

7.08 ECE 206.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Vapour phase Epitaxy

7.09 ECE 206.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Molecular Beam Epitaxy

7.11 ECE 206.C Unit C Oxidation and Lithography

7.12 ECE 206.C1 Unit C Topic 1 Introduction Oxidation techniques and system

7.13 ECE 206.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Introduction to lithography and its types

7.16 ECE 206.D Unit D Plasma Etching and Film Deposition

Unit D Topic

7.17 ECE 206.D1 Introduction, Plasma Properties

1

Unit D Topic

7.18 ECE 206.D2 Introduction of Film deposition And various Deposition Processes

2

7.21 ECE 206.E Unit E Diffusion, Ion Implantation and Metallization

7.22 ECE 206.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Diffusion in SiO2

7.23 ECE 206.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Introduction of Ion Implantation , Range theory

7.24 ECE 206.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Introduction of Metallization,Application

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks

Internal

8.1 40% (Class Teacher)

Assessment

8.11 Attendance 10% (75-80% 2 marks, 81-85% 4 marks, 86-90% 6 marks, 91-95% 8 marks, 96-100% 10 marks)

8.12 Homework 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Quiz 10% (2 Better of 3 Quiz or other Suitable Means)

Presentation/

8.14 10%

Report

Faculty

8.15 5%

Discretion

8.2 MTE 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)

8.3 ETE: 40%

9 References

9.1 Text book VLSI Technology,2/E by SM sze, Tata MC Graw Hill

Supplementary

9.2 VLSI Technology,2/E by SM sze, Tata MC Graw Hill

Reference(s)

9.3 Free Software

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus I Year II Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Semester

UGC-CBCS:DSE

Theory & Lab Course Offered School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

by Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 206

2 Course Title Data Structures-DSE-II

3 Credits 3-0-0

4 Contact Hours (L-T-P) 3-0-0

Data Structures is a subject of primary importance to the discipline of Computer

Science. Organizing or structuring data is vital to the design and implementation of

efficient algorithms and program development. The main objective of this course is to

provide an introduction to basic data structures, and algorithms for manipulating

5 Course Objectives them, by using C programming language. This course specifically has the following

objectives: The fundamental design, analysis, and implementation of basic data

structures and algorithms; The analysis and evaluation of the data structure needs of

particular problems; The design, analysis, and implementation of C programs by

using basic data structures and algorithms.

On successful completion of this course the student should be able to:

1. Apply advance C programming techniques such as pointers, dynamic

memory allocation, structures to developing solutions for particular

problems;

2. Design and implement abstract data types such as linked list, stack, queue

6 Course Outcome and tree by using C as the programming language using static or dynamic

implementations;

3. Analyse, evaluate and choose appropriate abstract data types and algorithms

to solve particular problems;

7.01 ECE 206 Unit A Basic Terminology, data structures

ECE 206 Basic Terminology, data structures: Types of data structure, data structure

operation, data structure application, algorithm complexity, mathematical

notation and functions, asymptotic notations for complexity, Introduction,

7.02 Unit A Topic 1

types of array, basic operation: traversing, inserting, sorting, and searching,

Linked List- Introduction, representation of linked list, operation-traversing,

searching, insertion, deletion, types of linked list - multi linked structures.

ECE 206 Stacks- Introduction, representation- array, linked list, basic operation

7.03 Unit A Topic 2 Queue- Introduction, representation- array, linked list, basic operations, types

of Queue- DE queue, Priority.

7.04 ECE 206 Unit B Trees

ECE 206 Trees – definitions and basic concept, representation of a tree- linked list and

7.05 Unit B Topic 1 contiguous storage, basic introduction of binary tree, Basic introduction of

binary tree, binary tree operation- traversal.

ECE 206 Binary search tree- search, insert, delete, Heap trees, heap sort algorithm, and

7.06 Unit B Topic 2

height balanced trees and AVL trees.

7.07 ECE 206 Unit C Graphs and their application

7.08 ECE 206 Unit C Topic 1 Graphs and their application, sequential and linked representation of graph,

adjacency matrix, operation on graph, traversing a graph.

ECE 206 Dijkstra’s algorithm for shortest distance, Tables, searching sequential tables

7.09 Unit C Topic 2

Hash tables and symbol tables.

7.10 ECE 206 Unit D Searching and Sorting

7.11 ECE 206 Unit D Topic 1 Searching- Introduction, Types of searching-, linear and binary search.

ECE 206 Sorting-Introduction, insertion sort, selection sort, Merge sort, Radix sort and

7.12 Unit D Topic 2

bubble sort.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

Student Seminar

8.11 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 students)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

Extempore/

8.13 10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Tenebaum, A. Lanhgsam Y and Augensatein, A. J: Data structures using C, Prentice Hall of

India.

9.1 Text book

2. Seymour Lipschutg : Theory and practice of Data structure , Mc. Graw Hill 1998.Horowitz

E and Sahni S: Data structure with Pascal 3rd edition , Galgotia 1991

1. G A V Pai, Data Structures and Algorithm, Concepts, Techniques

and Applications, Tata McGraw Hill.

Supplementar

2. R. S. Salaria, “Data Structure & Algorithms using C”, Khanna Book

9.2 y

Publishing Co. (P) Ltd., 2002.,4th Edition

Reference(s)

3. Sartaj Sahani, “Data structure using C”, Galgotia Publication Pvt.

Ltd.

Related Free

9.3 1. Turbo C

Software

Pedagogical

10 Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task.

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) I Year II Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept.: Electronics and Communication

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code SMG 205

2 Course Title Student Mentoring & Counselling

3 Credits 0-0-0.5 (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-0.5 (0.5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to someone

impartial, so you are free to explore your true feelings and be supported

without judgment. Because everyone is different, a counsellor does not

simply dish out advice – the discussions in counselling are aimed at helping

you understand what is going on for you and what would help you best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for faculty members

who seek to improve their effectiveness as mentors. Students and their

mentors share responsibility for ensuring productive and rewarding

mentoring relationships. Both parties have a role to play in the success of

mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.01 SMG 205 Unit A

7.02 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 1 Help them in embracing their true self and nature.

7.03 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 2 Conduct Stress Test.

7.04 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 3 Exploring new avenues to express yourself.

7.05 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 4 Feeling a bit of pressure to find the ideal career path.

7.06 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 5 Tell them it is okay to embrace & discover new tastes in music, people, etc.

7.07 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 6 Testing for learning issues in case of low CGPA in semester I.

7.08 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 7 Working on English skills.

7.09 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 8 Help students in finding their emotional maturity.

7.10 SMG 205 Unit A Topic 9 Try and find if they have fallen to any addictions.

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year III Semester

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P As per As per

No. Code (C) (H)

BU UGC

School Foundation

1 MTG 306 Applied Math – III 2 1 0 3 3

Core Core

Materials Science & School Foundation

2 MEG 307 3 0 1 4 5

Engineering Core Core

School Foundation

3 MEG 308 Engineering Design 3 0 0 3 3

Core Core

Human Values and School

4 HVU 101 2 0 1 3 4 AECC

Professional Ethics -AECC-II Core

Electronics Devices and Dept

5 ECG 308 2 0 1 3 4 DSC

Circuits -DSC-I Core

Dept

6 ECG 309 Digital Electronics-DSC-II 2 0 1 3 4 DSC

Core

Dept.

7 ECE 310 DSE-III 3 0 0 3 3 DSE

Elective

Univ Open

8 OPU UE (OPEN)-II 2 0 0 2 2

Elective Elective

Essential

9 FTG 311 Industrial Tour*-SEC-IV 0 0 0 1 1 SEC

Comp

Student Mentoring & Essential Foundation

10 SMG 312 0 0 0.5 0.5 1

Counselling Comp Core

* From preceding Summer Credits= 25.5 Hours =

30

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

School of Mechanical Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. ECE II Year – III Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory Course Offered by:

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code MEG307

2 Course Title Materials Science and Engineering.

3 Credits 3-0-2 (4)

Contact Hours (L-T-

4 3-0-2 (5)

P)

1. To provide the basic concepts of materials and their properties.

2. To give an ability to understand material properties like diffusion and other electrical

5 Course Objectives

properties.

3. To give an ability to apply the knowledge of materials on engineering applications.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. To learn how the structure of material affects the properties of materials.

2. Utilize appropriate materials in design considering engineering properties, sustainability,

6 Course Outcomes

cost and weight.

3. Understand the relation between the structure and properties of metallic, ceramic, and

polymeric materials is highlighted.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

7.01 MEG307.A Unit A Introduction:

Unit A

7.02 MEG307.A1 Crystalline and Non-crystalline solids

Topic 1

Unit A

7.03 MEG307.A2 Classification of Engineering Materials and their selections

Topic 2

Unit A

7.04 MEG307.A3 Bond in Solids.

Topic 3

7.05 MEG307.B Unit B Structure of Solids:

Unit B

7.06 MEG307.B1 Crystalline Solids, Crystal System

Topic 1

Unit B

7.07 MEG307.B2 Unit Cells, Space Lattice

Topic 2

Unit B

7.08 MEG307.B3 Miller Notations

Topic 3

Unit B

7.9 MEG307.B4 Imperfections in Crystals.

Topic 4

7.10 MEG307.C Unit C Diffusion in Solids:

Unit C Introduction, types and mechanism of diffusion, Fick’s law of

7.11 MEG307.C1

Topic 1 diffusion,

Unit C

7.12 MEG307.C2 The atomic model of diffusion. Factor affecting diffusion,

Topic 2

Unit C Experimental determination of diffusion coefficient, The Kirkendall

7.13 MEG307.C3

Topic 3 effect

7.14 MEG307.D Unit D Metallic Materials:

Unit D Metal and Alloys, Ferrous materials: - Introduction to Iron - Carbon

7.15 MEG307.D1

Topic 1 Diagram,

Unit D

7.16 MEG307.D2 Steel and their Heat Treatment, properties and applications.

Topic 2

Unit D

7.17 MEG307.D3 Non-ferrous alloys: - Cu-based alloys, Al-based alloys

Topic 3

Unit D

7.18 MEG307.D4 Other important non-ferrous alloys, properties and applications.

Topic 4

7.19 MEG307.E Unit E Ceramics:

Unit E

7.20 MEG307.E1 Basic Concepts of ceramic science, traditional and new ceramics,

Topic 1

Unit E

7.21 MEG307.E2 oxide and non-oxide ceramics, ceramics for high temperature applications,

Topic 2

Unit E

7.22 MEG307.E3 Glass, Application of ceramics and glass.

Topic 3

7.23 MEG307.F Unit F Composite Materials:

Unit F

7.24 MEG307.F1 Definition, general characteristics,

Topic 1

Unit F

7.25 MEG307.F2 particles reinforced and fibre reinforced composite materials

Topic 2

Unit F

7.26 MEG307.F3 MMC, CMC, PMC, properties and applications.

Topic 3

7.27 MEG307.G Unit G Electrical Properties:

Unit G The quantum theory of free electron, Fermi- Dirac distribution function,

7.28 MEG307.G1

Topic 1 Energy band picture of solids,

Unit G

7.29 MEG307.G2 Semiconductor – Intrinsic semiconductor and Extrinsic semiconductor,

Topic 2

Unit G

7.30 MEG307.G3 n-type semiconductor and p-type semiconductor,

Topic 3

Unit G

7.31 MEG307.G4 Hall effect, Superconductivity and superconducting materials,

Topic 4

Unit G

7.32 MEG307.G5 Type-I and Type-II superconductors, The Meissner’s effect.

Topic 5

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. A Text-Book of Material Science and Metallurgy (English, Paperback, O. P. Khanna)

2. Physical Metallurgy, Prof. Vijendra Singh.

9.1 Text book 3. Material science, Narula, G.K.

4. Material science and engineering, Raghavan

5. Material science and metallurgy Jindal, U.C.

1. Mechanical Metallurgy- George E. Dieter

Supplementary

9.2 2. Elements of material science & engineering, Vlack

Reference(s)

3. Material science for electrical and electronics engineering, Jones, Ian P.

9.3 Free Software

10 Pedagogical Methods White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year III Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Languages and Basic

Theory Course Offered by Dept. of Mathematics

Sciences

1 Course Code MTG 306

2 Course Title Applied Mathematics-III

3 Credits 2-1-0 (3)

Contact Hours (L-T- 2-1-0 (3)

4

P)

To investigate the variability in sample statistics from sample to sample.

1. To get familiar with the testing of hypothesis and apply various tests

2. To understand the concepts of solution of differential equations using series solution

5 Course Objectives

method.

3. To learn the concepts of Bessel functions

4. To learn the concept of Legendre function

Upon completion of this course, students should be able

1. To understand the concept of sampling distribution

2. To describe the distribution of sample mean from samples obtained from normal

population

3. To describe the relationship between sample sizes and error

4. To Set up the null and alternative hypotheses correctly

5. To Choose the appropriate test statistic such as Students’t test, Snedecor’s variance ratio

test(F-test ,Chi square test, z-test etc

6. To Perform a 7-step hypothesis test using one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) to test

6 Course Outcomes for the equality of 3 or more means

7. To be able to Interpret the results of the hypothesis test

8. To be able to solve the differential equations using the series solution and power series

method.

9. To be able to solve the differential equations using the Frobenius method

10. To be able to identify and solve Bessel differential equations

11. To be able to solve various recurrence relations related to Bessel functions and Legendre

function

12. To be able to identify and solve Legendre differential equations

13. To describe orthogonality of Bessel functions and Legendre function

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours

7.01 MTG306.A Unit A Sampling and Sampling Distributions

Unit A Concepts and definitions of sampling

7.02 MTG306.A1

Topic 1

Unit A Types of sampling

7.03 MTG306.A2

Topic 2

Unit A Probability and non probability sampling

7.04 MTG306.A3

Topic 3

Unit A Relationship between sample size and errors

7.05 MTG306.A4

Topic 4

7.06 MTG306.B Unit B Testing of hypothesis

Unit B

7.07 MTG306.B1 Null and alternate hypothesis, formation of hypothesis

Topic 1

Unit B

7.08 MTG306.B2 Tests of significance for large samples

Topic 2

Unit B

7.09 MTG306.B3 Students’t test, Snedecor’s variance ratio test(F-test)

Topic 3

Unit B

7.10 MTG306.B4 Chi square test, z-test

Topic 4

7.1 Unit B

MTG306.B5 ANOVA(One way and two way classification)

1 Topic 5

7.12 MTG306.C Unit C Series Solutions

Unit C

7.13 MTG306.C1 Series solutions (about ordinary point and regular Singular point)

Topic 1

Unit C

7.14 MTG306.C2 Power series solution.

Topic 2

Unit C

7.15 MTG306.C3 Frobenius method

Topic 3

7.16 MTG306.D Unit D Bessel functions

Unit D

7.17 MTG306.D1 Bessel differential equations and its solution

Topic 1

Unit D Bessel function ,Generating function ,Recurrence relations Orthogonality

7.18 MTG306.D2

Topic 2 of Bessel functions

Unit D

7.19 MTG306.D3 Modified Bessel differential equations

Topic 3

7.20 MTG306.E Unit E Legendre Functions

Unit E

7.21 MTG306.E1 Legendre differential equation and its solution .

Topic 1

Unit E

7.22 MTG306.E2 Legendre functions , Recurrence relations

Topic 2

Unit E Rodrigue’s formula , Generataing function Orthogonality of

7.23 MTG306.E3

Topic 3 Legendre polynomials Fourier – Legendre expansion

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 (Subject Teacher)

8.11 Assignments 10

8.12 Student Seminar 10

8.13 Extempore/Presentation 10

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10

8.2 MTE 80

8.21 Test-1 40

8.22 Test-2 40

8.3 ETE 80

9 References

1. B.S.Grewal :Higher Engineering Mathematics,Khanna Publications, New Delhi

9.1 Text book

2. Statistical methods by S Chand .

1 N.P.Bali, A Text book of Engineering Mathematics,Laxmi Publications New Delhi

Supplementary

9.2 2 R.K.Jain & S.R.K. Iyenger, Advance Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House

Reference(s)

3 E.Kreyszig :Advanced Engineering Mathematics-Volume-I,JohnWiley & Sons

9.3 Free Software Minitab/Mathematica/Matlab

10 Pedagogical Methods Black Board/ PPT.

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Mechanical Engineering

School Core UGC CBCS: Foundation

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year III Semester

Core

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

1 Course Code MEG 308

2 Course Title ENGINEERNG DESIGN

3 Credits 3-0-0 (3)

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3-0-0 (3)

P)

1. To provide the basic concepts and principles of Engineering Design.

Course 2. To give an ability to understand the concept of design in industry.

5

Objectives 3. To give an ability to apply the knowledge of engineering design on engineering applications and

design problems.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Understand the importance of engineering design, creativity and how a manufactured product goes

Course through number of cycles.

6

Outcomes 2. Utilize appropriate conceptual design method, to study the importance of patents and importance of

brain storming.

3. Perform engineering work in accordance with ethical and economic constraints related to the design.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

7.01 MEG308.A Unit A Introduction to Engineering Design

Introduction: design thinking across domains, major elements of design

7.02 MEG308.A1 Unit A Topic 1

thinking, definition of system.

Introduction: design thinking across domains, major elements of design

7.03 MEG308.A2 Unit A Topic 2

thinking, definition of system.

7.04 MEG308.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Product life cycle, Structure of systematic product design process.

Structure of systematic product development process, Importance of

7.05 MEG308.A4 Unit A Topic 4

systematic design.

7.06 MEG308.B Unit B Task Clarification-1

Introduction, overall process and steps, market study, user/habitat analysis

7.07 MEG308.B1 Unit B Topic 1

using role play, observations and interaction with stakeholders.

Problem identification using requirement checklists, study of products and

7.08 MEG308.B2 Unit B Topic 2

patents using Innovation Situation Questionnaire (ISQ).

Steps for collecting data a stakeholder requirement list translating

7.09 MEG308.B3 Unit B Topic 3

stakeholder from multiple sources into list.

Requirements into technical requirements, assigning importance to

7.10 MEG308.B4 Unit B Topic 4 requirements.

Definition to develop solution neutral problem statements, problem

7.12 MEG308.C1 Unit C Topic 1

analysis to develop input‐output transformation.

Introduction to conceptual design: Identification of functions, Ideation,

7.13 MEG308.C2 Unit C Topic 2

Consolidation into solution proposals (Concepts).

Systematic evaluation for selection of the most promising concept.

7.14 MEG308.C3 Unit C Topic 3

Details of function structure generation and brainstorming.

7.15 MEG308.D Unit D Conceptual design

7.16 MEG306.D1 Unit D Topic 1 Details of Synectics method, Trigger Word technique, Checklist method.

Consolidation of ideas into concepts, Use of TRIZ Contradiction or ideality to

7.17 MEG308.D2 Unit D Topic 2

identify and resolve issues with concepts of Conceptual design.

Methods for simulation: analytical, virtual and physical simulations, for

7.18 MEG308.D3 Unit D Topic 3

evaluation or improvement.

Comparative evaluation and selection of concepts: ordinal and cardinal

7.19 MEG308.D4 Unit D Topic 4

methods.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Pahl, Beitz, G, and W. Engineering Design: A Systematic Approach, 3rd Ed., Springer, 2007

1. Wallace, K.M. IISc Lectures on Engineering Design, 2007

2. Ulrich, K., and Eppinger, S. Product Design and Development, 4th Edition, McGraw‐Hill/Irwin,

3. 2007

4. Roozenburg, N.F.M., Eekels, J. Product Design, Fundamentals and Methods, Wiley, Chichester,

5. 1995

6. Cross, N. Engineering Design Methods: Strategies for Product Design (4th edition), John Wiley

Supplementary7. And Sons Ltd., Chichester, 2008

9.2

Reference(s) 8. Jones, J.C. Design Methods, 2nd Edition, John Wiley and Sons Ltd., Chichester, 1992

9. Chakrabarti, A. (ed.). Engineering Design Synthesis: Understanding, Approaches and Tools,

10. Springer, 2002

11. Otto, K., and Wood, K. Product Design, Prentice Hall, 2000

12. Terninko , J, Zusman, A, Zlotin, B. Systematic Innovation: An Introduction to TRIZ (Theory of

13. Inventive Problem Solving), CRC Press, 1998

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. ECE II Year – III Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Languages and Basic

Theory & Lab Course Offered by Dept. of Languages

Sciences

1 Course Code HVU 101

2 Course Title Human Values and Professional Ethics (AECC II)

3 Credits 2-0-1 (3)

Contact Hrs (L-T- 2-0-1 (4)

4

P)

1. The course aims to develop an understanding of the underlying relevance of Human Values

and Professional ethics in contemporary business environment.

2. It is designed to foster candidates' understanding of the moral code conduct.

3. The course further aims to develop a candidate's ability to critically analyze moral human

5 Course Objectives

values

4. Value system that governs the working of business organizations and the issues

5. This course reviews different Models and Rules of Professional Ethics.

6. Relevance of Workplace Ethics

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Define Values and its relevance in Management.

2. Explain how moral values and ethics are interconnected.

3. Compare and Contrast Secular and Spiritual values.

4. Explain Social values and its impact on society.

5. Understand the relevance of Ethics in business and Moral standards in business ethics.

6 Course Outcomes6. Understand different ethical theories.

7. Apprehend Kohlberg’s theory and Gilligan's theory.

8. Evaluate Professional Ethics and its various models.

9. Present Golden Rules of Professional Ethics.

10. Appraise the relevance of Work Ethics in workplace

11. Demonstrate different categories of workplace ethics.

12. Resolve Workplace ethics dilemmas.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours

7.01 HVU 101 .A Unit A Human Values

7.02 HVU 101 .A1 Unit A Topic Human Values: Meaning and Relevance of Values in Management

1

7.03 HVU 101 .A2 Unit A Topic Morals, Values and Ethics

2

7.04 HVU 101 .A3 Unit A Topic Secular versus Spiritual Values

3

7.04 HVU 101 .B Unit B Values and Business

7.05 HVU 101 .B1 Unit B Topic Social Values and Business: impact on society on different issues

1

7.06 HVU 101 .B2 Unit B Topic Social Values and Political Environment

2

7.09 HVU 101 .C Unit C Business Ethics

HVU 101 .C1 Unit C Topic Business Ethics: Nature ; Scope; Purpose

7.10

1

Unit C Topic Business Ethics Theories and Moral Obligation

7.11 HVU 101 .C2

2

Unit C Topic Moral dilemmas - moral autonomy - Kohlberg's theory - Gilligan's theory.

7.12 HVU 101 .C3

3

7.14 HVU 101 .D Unit D Professional Ethics

Unit D Topic Professional Ethics: Definition; Meaning

7.15 HVU 101 .D1

1

7.16 HVU 101 .D2 Unit D Topic Models of Professional Roles - theories about right action - Self-interest -

2 customs and religion

Unit D Topic Golden Rules to Professional Ethics

7.17 HVU 101 .D3

3

7.19 HVU 101 .E Unit E Work Ethics

7.20 HVU 101 .E1 Unit E Topic 1 Work Ethics: Nature and Scope

Unit E Topic Relevance and different Levels of workplace ethics

7.21 HVU 101 .E2

2

7.22 HVU 101 .E3 Unit E Topic 3 Resolutions to workplace dilemmas

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40%

10% (75-80% 1 mark, 81-85% 2 marks, 86-90% 3 marks, 91-95% 4 marks, 96-100% 10

8.11

Attendance (Theory) marks)

Homework

8.12 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)

(Theory)

8.13 Quiz (Theory) 10% (2 Better of 3 quiz)

Projects/ Group

8.14 Not Applicable

work / Lab

Class

8.15

Presentation/Report 10%

Faculty Discretion

8.15 or other suitable 5%

means

8.2 MTE (Theory) 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)

8.3 ETE 40%

9 References

1. John R Boatright, "Ethics and the Conduct of Business", Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2003.

9.1 Text book

2. Business Ethics and Managerial Values, S.K. Bhatia, Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd,2000.

1) Managing for Values, S.S. Iyer, New Age International Pub lishers, 2002

Supplementary

9.2 2) Business Ethics: Ferando, Pearson Publication

Reference(s)

3) Business Ethics: Bani P Banerjee, Excel Books

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task/

10

Methods Demonstrations/ Case study/ Role Play

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School Of Engineering And Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dept. Core

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year III Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

School: Electronics and Communication Dept. of Electronics and

Theory & Practical Course Offered by

Engineering Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 308

2 Course Title Electronics Devices and Circuits -DSC-I

3 Credits 4

Contact Hours

4 4 (2-0-0)

(L-T-P)

1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the

analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for performing various functions.

Course 2. This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative analysis and makes use of simple

5

Objectives models and equation to illustrate the concepts involved.

3. To provide an overview of amplifiers, feedback amplifiers and oscillators.

4. To gain the knowledge on existing on future analog circuits..

1. Acquire knowledge in the field of solid state materials.

2. Be able to analyse the structure of different types of semiconductor crystal structures.

3. Know the intrinsic property of semiconductor materials.

4. Idea about the equilibrium and non-equilibrium states of semiconductors.

5. Know the complete internal structure of PN junction including different types of bias.

Course

6 6. Acquire sound knowledge about MS junction.

Outcomes

7. Idea about the structure of MOS capacitor. Sound knowledge of MOS transistor including types

& structures.

8. Operation of MOS transistor. Concept of charge inversion on MOSFET.Acquire knowledge in

the field of Quantum electronics devices. Gain idea about the structure CMOS.Gain sound

knowledge in the field of VLSI technology

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECG 308.A Unit A Diodes

7.01 ECG 308.A1 Unit A Topic 1 PN diode : Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors, formation of pn junction

7.02 ECG 308.A2 Unit A Topic 2 biasing the diode, VI characteristics of diode, static and dynamic resistance

drift and diffusion currents – transition and diffusion capacitance - diode

7.03 ECG 308.A3 Unit A Topic 3

models

HWR – FWR – power supply filters and regulators – diode clipping and

7.04 ECG 308.A4 Unit A Topic 4

clamping circuits.

ECG 308.B Unit B Diode Applications

7.06 ECG 308.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Special purpose diodes: Zener diodes Schottky diode

7.07 ECG 308.B2 Unit B Topic 2 zener diode applications, Varactor diode,LED,photo diode

7.08 ECG 308.B3 Unit B Topic 3 PIN diode, step recovery diode, Tunnel diode ,Laser diode

ECG 308.C Unit C BJTs

7.09 ECG 308.C1 Unit C Topic 1 Bipolar Junction Transistors : Physical structure – basic operation – the CE

Connection Transistor characteristics and parameters, transistor as an

7.10 ECG 308.C2 Unit C Topic 2 amplifier , transistor as a switch , transistor biasing, dc load line operating

point , bias stability , analysis of various dc bias circuits.

BJT amplifiers: Transistor modeling – PSPICE BJT model, small signal

7.11 ECG 308.C3 Unit C Topic 3 analysis of voltage divider biased CE, CB and CC amplifiers using h-

parameter model – Multistage Amplifiers, frequency response of amplifiers

ECG 308.D Unit D FETs

Field-Effect Transistors : The JFET - basic operation ,JFET characteristics and

7.12 ECG 308.D1 Unit D Topic 1

parameters

JFET biasing, The MOSFET, basic operation, MOSFET characteristics and

7.13 ECG 308.D2 Unit D Topic 2 parameters – MOSFET biasing – MOSFET as an analog switch. FET

amplifiers :

JFET / Depletion MOSFET small signal model – PSPICE MOSFET model,

7.14 ECG 308.D3 Unit D Topic 3

small signal analysis of CS, CD and CG amplifiers, Frequency response of

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year III Semester

amplifiers

ECG 308.E Unit E Operational Amplifiers

Introduction to op-amp : op-amp symbol, terminals, packages, specifications,

7.15 ECG 308.E1 Unit E Topic 1 block schematic – op-amp parameters – ideal op-amp – open-loop and closed-

loop response

Basic op-amp circuits: Inverting & non-inverting amplifier – voltage follower,

summing and differential amplifiers. Op-amp applications: Differentiator,

7.16 ECG 308.E2 Unit E Topic 2

integrator, precision rectifiers – comparators and its applications – active

filters (LP & HP responses only).

Voltage regulators: Need for voltage regulation – basic series regulator –

7.17 ECG 308.E3 Unit E Topic 3

shunt regulator – switching regulator – IC voltage regulators.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

8.5 MTE (Practical) 100 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 25

8.22 MTE-II 25

8.3 ETE (Practical) 100

9 References

1. Thomas L. Floyd, Electronic Devices, Pearson Education, 6 th Edition, 2002. (T1)

2. Albert Malvino, David J.Bates, Electronic Principles, Tata McGraw-Hill, 7th Edition, 2007. (T2)

9.1 Text book

3. Ramakant A. Gayakwad, op-amps and Linear Integrated Circuits, Prentice Hall of India, 4 th

edition.(T3)

1. David A.Bell, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Prentice Hall of India, 4 th edition, 2003. (R1)

2. Robert Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky, Eelctron Devices and Circuit Theory, Pearson Education, 9

Supplementary

9.2 th edition, 2007. (R2)

Reference(s)

3. Jacob Millman, Christos C. Halkias, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Tata McGraw-Hill edition,

1991. (R3)

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: Department Elective II Year III Semester

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 308

2 Course Title Digital Electronics – DSC - II

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 4 (2-0-2)

(L-T-P)

This course covers combinational and sequential logic circuits. Topics include number systems,

Boolean algebra, logic families, MSI and LSI circuits, A/D and D/A converters, and other related

Course

5 topics.

Objectives

Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot digital

circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment.

Have a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital

electronics.

To understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital

Course

6 design.

Outcomes

The ability to understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.

Ability to identify basic requirements for a design application and propose a cost effective

solution.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECG309.A Unit A Introduction to Digital Electronics

7.01 ECG309.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Digital and Analog Signals, Advantages of digital signals, Disadvantages

Binary number system, Octal & Hexa-decimal number system, Conversion of

Unit A Topic

7.02 ECG309.A2 Number System, r' s & (r-1)'s complement, Arithmetic operation on Binary

2

numbers,

Unit A Topic Codes- Weighted Binary Codes, non-weighted Codes ,Error Detecting Codes,

7.03 ECG309.A3 Alphanumeric Code

3

ECG309.B Unit B Digital Integrated Circuits

Unit B Topic RTL and DTL circuits , integrated – injection logic (I2L) transistor transistor

7.06 ECG309.B1 logic (TTL), Emitter- coupled logic (ECL)

1

Unit B Topic Metal Oxide Semiconductor(MOS) Complementry MoS (CMOS)

7.07 ECG309.B2

2

ECG309.C Unit C Flip-Flops

Minimization techniques: K -Map, Sum of Product & Product of Sum,Types of

Unit C Topic

7.09 ECG309.C1 Flip Flop: R-S, D, J-K, T, Master Slave, Race around Condition, and Realisation

1

of one Flip Flop.

ECG309.D Unit D Combinational Circuits

Unit D Topic Multiplexer, Demultiplexer, Encoders, Decoders, Half Adder, Full Adder, Half

7.10 ECG309.D1 Subtractor, Full Subtractor, Comparators.

1

Unit D Topic Shift Registers, Asynchronous and Synchronous Counters, Decade Counter,

7.11 ECG309.D1 BCD Counter, Ring Counters, The Johnson or Twisted-ring Counter.

1

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.2 Student Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.3 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.4 Extempore/ 10(1/student)

Presentation

8.5 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.6 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.7 MTE-I 40

8.8 MTE-II 40

8.9 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Digital design by M. Morris Man0

9.1 Text book

2. Modern Digital Electronics by R.P Jain

1. Tabu & Schelling, “ Digital Integrated Electronics McGraw-Hill International Edition.

Supplementary

9.2 2. Charles H. Roth, “ Jr. Fundamentals of Logic DesignJaico Publishing House.

Reference(s)

3. Donald D. Givone, “ Digital Principles and DesignTata McGraw-Hill.

9.3 Free Software Multisim 14.0

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

School of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dept. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year III Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 310-DSC – III

2 Course Title Network Analysis and Synthesis

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 3 (3-0-0)

(L-T-P)

This course has been designed to offer as a graduate level as well as undergraduate level core

subject to the students of Electronics or Electrical Communication Engineering. The course

Course

5 presumes a basic knowledge of Circuit Theory and Basic Electrical Engineering. Also, it is

Objectives

presumed that the student has gone through foundation level courses in Electrical Network Theory,

Signals and Systems.

Students are able to:-

1. Apply the knowledge of basic circuital law and simplify the network using reduction techniques

2. Analyze the circuit using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems

Course 3. Infer and evaluate transient response, Steady state response, network functions

6

Outcomes 4. Obtain the maximum power transfer to the load , and Analyze the series resonant and parallel

resonant circuit

5. evaluate two-port network parameters , design attenuators and equalizers

6. Synthesize one port network using Foster and Cauer Forms.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

Review of circuit analysis using Kirchoff’s laws, nodal and mesh analysis,

solution by classical method and Laplace transform, concept of independent and

7.1 ECE 310.U1 Unit 1

dependent sources, analysis of special signal waveforms, and duality of

networks, Brief review of Signals and Systems.

Superposition and Reciprocity theorem, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem,

7.2 ECE 310.U2 Unit 2 Millman’s theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, compensation, Tellegan’s

theorem, analysis of Circuits using theorems.

Network elements, Transient response of R-L, R-C, R-L-C for DC and

7.3 ECE 310.U3 Unit 3 sinusoidal excitation, Initial condition, Solution using differential equation

approach and Laplace transform method.

Introductory definitions, the incidence matrix A, the loop matrix B, relationship

between sub matrix of A and B. Cut-sets and cut-set matrix. Fundamental cut-

7.4 ECE 310.U4 Unit 4

sets and fundamental tie sets, A and B matrices, loop, node pair equations

duality, Graph Theory.

Concept of two port networks, driving point and transfer functions., open circuit

and short circuit parameters, transmission and inverse transmission parameters,

7.5 ECE 310.U5 Unit 5

hybrid parameters, inter-relationship of different parameters, interconnection of

two port networks, T and pi representation, terminated two port system

Network realizability, Hurwitz Polynomials, Positive real functions, Properties of

7.6 ECE 310.U6 Unit 6 RC, RL & LC networks, Foster and Cauer forms of realization,

Transmission zeroes, Synthesis of transfer functions.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year III Semester

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. D.Roy-Choudhary, "Network and systems".

9.1 Text book 2. “Circuit Analysis-with computer applications to problem solving” by Someshwar C. Gupta, Jon

W. Bayless, Behrouz Peikari.

Supplementary1. Franklin F. Kuo, “Network Analysis and Synthesis ", John Wiley.

9.2

Reference(s) 2. Vanvalkenburg, “Network Analysis ", Printice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1994.

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

School of Electronics and Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Theory Course Offered by

Communication Engineering Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 310

2 Course Title Wireless Communication Systems

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours (L-

4 3 (3-0-0)

T-P)

5 Course Objectives To introduce the students to the concepts of wireless systems, mobile systems.

To understand and gain complete knowledge about.

1. Basic wireless, cellular concepts.

6 Course Outcomes 2. Radio wave propagation and Mobile Channel models.

3. Various performance analysis of mobile communication system

4. Standards 1G, 2G Basic system available.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

ECE 310.A Unit A

Evolution of Mobile Radio Communication – Examples of Wireless Communication

Unit A

7.01 ECE 310.A1 System – Cellular concept –

Topic 1

Unit A Frequency Reuse – Channel assignment – Hand off – Interference & System capacity

7.02 ECE 310.A2 Topic – Trunking and Erlang –

2 capacity calculation

Unit A – Improving coverage and capacity.

7.03 ECE 310.A3 Topic

3

ECE 310.B Unit B MOBILE RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION (LARGE SCALE FADING)

Unit B Radio wave Propagation – Transmit and receive Signal Models – Free Space path

7.06 ECE 310.B1 Topic loss – Ray Tracing

1

Unit B – Empirical Path

7.07 ECE 310.B2 Topic loss models – Simplified path loss model – Shadow fading – Combine path loss and

2 Shadowing

Unit B – Outage Probability

7.08 ECE 310.B3 Topic under path loss & shadowing – Cell coverage area.

3

MOBILE RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION (SMALL SCALE FADING &

ECE 310.C Unit C

MULTIPATH)

Small Scale Multipath Propagation – Impulse response model of a Multipath

Unit C

Channel – Small Scale Multipath

7.09 ECE 310.C1 Topic

1 Measurements –

7.10 ECE 310.C2 Topic

2

Unit C (fading effects due to Multipath Time

7.11 ECE 310.C3 Topic Delay Spread & Doppler spread) – Rayleigh and Ricean Distribution.

3

CAPACITY, DIVERSITY AND EQUALIZATION IN WIRELESS SYSTEM

ECE 310.D Unit D

Unit D Capacity in AWGN – Capacity of Flat Fading Channels – Channel and System

7.12 ECE 310.D1 Topic Model – Channel Distribution Information known – CSI at Receiver Diversity

1 Technique –

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year III Semester

Unit D Selection combining – EGC – MRC – Feedback – Time – Frequency – Rake

7.13 ECE 310.D2 Topic Receiver – Interleaving.

2

Unit D Equalization – Linear Equalization – Non linear (DFE & MLSE) – Algorithm of

7.14 ECE 310.D3 Topic Adaptive Equalization – Zero Frequency algorithm – LMS algorithm – Recursive

3 Least Square algorithm.

WIRELESS SYSTEMS AND STANDARDS

ECE 310.E Unit E

Unit E AMPS & ETACS System overview – Call handling – GSM System – Services and

7.15 ECE 310.E1 Topic features – Architecture – Radio

1 Subsystem –

Unit E GSM Call – Frame Structure – Signal Processing – CDMA Digital Cellular Standard

7.16 ECE 310.E2 Topic (IS-95) – Frequency

2 & Channel Specification

Unit E – Forward CDMA channel – Reverse CDMA channel. Introduction to OFDM system

7.17 ECE 310.E3 Topic – Cyclic

3 prefix – Matrix representation case study: IEEE 802.11a wireless LAN.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

Rappaport T.S, “Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice”, Pearson education, 2nd

edition, 2009.

9.1 Text book

William Stallings, “Wireless Communication & Networking”, Pearson Education Asia, 2009.

• Schiller, “Mobile Communication”, Pearson Education Asia Ltd., 2008.

Supplementary • Andrea Goldsmith, “Wireless Communications”, Cambridge University Press, Aug 2005.

9.2

Reference(s) • Lee W.C.Y., “Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory & Applications”, McGraw Hill,

New York 2nd

Edition, 1998.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year – III Sem

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Technology

1 Course Code SMG 310

2 Course Title Student Mentoring & Counselling

3 Credits 0-0-0.5 (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-0.5 (0.5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to someone impartial, so you are

free to explore your true feelings and be supported without judgment. Because everyone

is different, a counsellor does not simply dish out advice – the discussions in counselling

are aimed at helping you understand what is going on for you and what would help you

best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for faculty members who seek to

improve their effectiveness as mentors. Students and their mentors share responsibility

for ensuring productive and rewarding mentoring relationships. Both parties have a role

to play in the success of mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.01 SMG 310 Unit A

7.02 SMG 310 Unit A Topic 1 Ease their anxiety about difficult core subjects.

7.03 SMG 310 Unit A Topic 2 Suggest which elective subjects to take.

SMG 310 Manipulate students into creating a balance between studies and extra circular

7.04 Unit A Topic 3

activities.

7.05 SMG 310 Unit A Topic 4 Clarify to the students the expectations of a particular program of study.

7.06 SMG 310 Unit A Topic 5 Spot if the student has been feeling pressurized in any manner.

SMG 310 Push students to try new things and overcome their stage shyness/fear of peer

7.07 Unit A Topic 6

judgment.

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P As per

No. Code (C) (H) As per UGC

BU

ECG Nanomaterials & School

1 2 0 0 2 2 Foundation Core

413 Nanotechnology Core

MTG Statistical Analysis & School

2 2 1 0 3 3 Foundation Core

407 Techniques- SEC-V Core

School Foundation

3 ECS 414 Analog Electronics - SE-I 2 0 1 3 4

Elective Elective

ECG Microprocessor and Dept

4 2 0 1 3 4 DSC

415 Applications-DSC-III Core

ECG Electromagnetic Field Theory - Dept

5 3 0 0 3 3 DSC

416 DSC-IV Core

ECG Analog Communicaiton System Dept

6 2 1 1 4 5 DSC

417 DSC-V Core

ECE Dept

7 DSE-IV 3 0 0 3 3 DSE

418 Elective

ECE Dept

8 DSE-V 3 0 0 3 3 DSE

419 Elective

HMU Human Resource Management- Univ Interdisc/Generic

9 2 0 0 2 2

166 UE (H&M)-II-GE-II Elective Elective

SMG Student Mentoring & Essential

10 0 0 0.5 0.5 1 Foundation Core

420 Counselling Comp

Credits= 26.5 Hours = 30

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core UGC

B. Tech.(ECE) II Year IV Sem

CBCS: Foundation Core

Theory Course Offered by

Engineering

3 Credits 2

Contact Hours

4 2 (2-0-0)

(L-T-P)

1. The course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the various

nanotechnology concepts and the techniques used in the field of nanotechnology and nanoscience for

performing various functions.

Course

5 2.This course relies on elementary treatment and qualitative analysis and makes use of simple models

Objectives and equation to illustrate the concepts involved.

3. To provide an overview of basic nanotechnology concepts, nanomaterials and their applications.

4. To gain the knowledge about the field of nanotechnology.

Course 2. Be able to analyze the various methods used in nanotechnology. Know the intrinsic property of

6

Outcomes semiconductor materials.

3. Idea about the equilibrium and non-equilibrium states of nanomaterials.

7.01 ECG413.A1 Unit A Topic 1

– Quantum dot – fullerenes – Graphene – Carbon nanotubes

7.02 ECG413.A2 Unit A Topic 2

Principle of SEM, TEM, AFM,

7.03 ECG413.A3 Unit A Topic 3

microscopy (SCIM)

7.04 ECG413.A4 Unit A Topic 4 Potential uses of nanomaterials in electronics, Medical applications of nanomaterials.

7.05 ECG413.A5 Unit A Topic 5

and transportation –

7.06 ECG413.B1 Unit B Topic 1

(MOCVD).

7.07 ECG413.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Physical Methods: Ball Milling – Electrodeposition - Spray Pyrolysis - Flame

Pyrolysis

7.08 ECG413.B3 Unit B Topic 3 DC/RF Magnetron Sputtering - Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE).

Solar energy conversion and catalysis - Molecular electronics and printed electronics

7.09 ECG413.C1 Unit C Topic 1

Nanoelectronics Polymers with a special architecture – Liquid crystalline systems

Linear and nonlinear optical and electro-optical properties, Application sin displays

7.10 ECG413.C2 Unit C Topic 2

and other devices -Nanomaterials for data storage

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

Photonics, Plasmonic- Chemical and biosensors

7.11 ECG413.C3 Unit C Topic 3 -Nanomedicine and

Nanobiotechnology – Nanotoxicology challenges

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

(syndicate)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

9 References

1. Pradeep T., “A Textbook of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology”, Tata McGraw Hill Education

9.1 Text book Pvt. Ltd., 2012.

2. Hari Singh Nalwa, “Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology”, Academic Press, 2002.

Supplementary

9.2 2. Dupas C., Houdy P., Lahmani M., “Nanoscience: Nanotechnologies and Nanophysics”,

Reference(s)

SpringerVerlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2007.

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core II Year IV Sem

B. Tech. (ECE)

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Engineering

3 Credits 3

1. To describe concepts of polynomial, Non-linear and exponential curve fitting for the data..

2. To understand the concepts of fitting of probability distributions like Binomial and Poisson

distribution.

3. To define correlation-Positive or negative, Linear and non-linear correlation, scatter diagram

method.

4. To define Karl-pearson’s coefficient of correlation, its characteristics, degree, probable and

Standard error. Spearman’s rank correlation.

5 Course Objectives

5. To understand linear regression, angle between lines of regression, their regression

coefficients and properties.

6. To understand Basic components, logical sequencing and rules of network construction.

Critical path analysis, removal of redundancy in network.

7. To understand Computation of EOT, LOT, free slack, total slack in CPM and PERT

8. Crashing, resource allocation.

9. Probability consideration in PERT, distinction between PERT and CPM.

1. Describe concepts of polynomial, Non-linear and exponential curve fitting for the data.

2. Describe the concepts of fitting of probability distributions like Binomial and Poisson

distribution to a given data.

3. Define correlation-Positive or negative, Linear and non-linear correlation using scatter

diagram method.

4. Calculate Karl-pearson’s coefficient of correlation between two variables, its characteristics,

degree,.

6 Course Outcomes 5. Calculate probable and Standard error in Karl-pearson’s coefficient of correlation.

6. Spearman’s rank correlation.

7. Understand the difference between correlation and linear regression.

8. Calculate the angle between lines of regression, their regression coefficients and properties.

9. Understand the basic components, logical sequencing and rules of network construction.

10. Describe the concept of Critical path analysis, removal of redundancy in network. 11.

Compute EOT, LOT, free slack, total slack in CPM and PERT

12. Describe the concept of Crashing, resource allocation.

13. Explain the probability consideration in PERT, distinction between PERT and CPM.

7.02 MTG 407.A1 Unit A Topic 1

polynomial curve fitting for the data.

7.03 MTG 407.A2 Unit A Topic 2 Non-linear and exponential curve fitting.

7.04 MTG 407.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Fitting of probability distributions like Binomial and Poisson distribution. Its

applications.

7.06 MTG 407.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Univariate and Bivariate distributions, Correlation, Positive or negative correlation.

7.07 MTG 407.B2 Unit B Topic 2

diagrams method.

7.08 MTG 407.B3 Unit B Topic 3

characteristics of karlpearson’s coefficient of correlation,

7.09 MTG 407.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Degree of karlpearson’s coefficient of correlation, probable error, Standard error,

7.10 MTG 407.B5 Unit B Topic 5

science engineering.

7.13 MTG 407.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Equation to the lines of regression, regression coefficients.

7.14 MTG 407.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Properties of regression of coefficients, angles of two lines of regression.

7.16 MTG 407.D1 Unit D Topic 1 Introduction to Network and Basic components, logical sequencing,

7.17 MTG 407.D2 Unit D Topic 2

network.

7.18 MTG 407.D3 Unit D Topic 3 Computation of EOT, LOT, free slack, total slack in CPM and PERT.

7.20 MTG 407.D5 Unit D Topic 5 Probability consideration in PERT, distinction between PERT and CPM.

8.11 Assignments 10

10

8.13 Extempore/Presentation 10

8.2 MTE 80

8.21 Test-1 40

8.22 Test-2 40

8.3 ETE 80

9 References

1.Gupta S.P., Statistical Methods, Sultan Chand &Sons, 43rd Edition, 2014.

9.1 Text book

2. Kanti Swarup., Operations Research, Sultan Chand &Sons, 2013

9.2

Reference(s) 3. S.C.Gupta & V.K.Kapoor “Fundamental Of Mathematical Staistics, S.Chand &Sons, 2015

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year IV Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Elective

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code

2 Course Title Analog Electronics

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 4 (2-0-1)

(L-T-P)

The aim of the course is to deal with various electronic techniques and building

blocks used in analog signal processing. This course introduces the characteristics

and applications of semiconductor devices and circuits. Emphasis is placed on

Course analysis, selection, biasing, and applications. Upon completion, students should be

5

Objectives able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot analog circuits using appropriate

techniques and test equipment.

2. Analyze where and how analog components are used.

3. Locate and select analog devices using component specifications based on

circuit requirements.

Course 4. Construct operational circuits using analog devices.

6

Outcomes 5. Select and demonstrate the use of appropriate test equipment to analyze

circuit operation.

6. Using appropriate troubleshooting techniques evaluate circuit performance

applying suitable repair methods.

7. Identify and demonstrate safe workplace practices.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECS 414.Unit A Unit A MULTISTAGE OR CASCADED AMPLIFIERS

7.1

7.2 Topic 1 Bandwidth of multistage amplifier,

voltage gain,

ECS 414.Unit B Unit B Current gain and Rise time of multistage of multistage amplifier.

7.3

Disadvantages of multistage amplifier.

ECS 414.Unit B Unit B POWER AMPLIFIERS

7.4

Topic 1

7.5Course

ECS 414.Unit

Scheme B Unit

& Syllabus B Class A, B, AB, Push pull & Class C amplifiers operation,

II Year IV Semester

Topic 2 Comparison of class A and B, Power drain.

ECS 414.Unit C Unit C FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS

7.6

Topic 1 Sensitivity,Desensitiviy,gain,

7.7

feedback ratio,

7.8 Topic 2 advantages and disadvantages of negative feedback.

7.9 ECS 414.Unit D Unit D OSCILLATORS

ECS 414.Unit D Unit D Introduction to Oscillators

7.10 Topic 1 Condition for sustained oscillation,

7.11

Topic 2

ECS 414.Unit D Unit D Wien Bridge Oscillators, Frequency stability criterion

7.12

Topic 3

7.13 ECS 414.Unit E Unit E WAVE SHAPING CIRCUITS

ECS 414.Unit E Unit E Multi-vibrators (A-stable, Mono-stable, Bi-Stable),

7.14 Topic 1

7.15 Topic 2

7.16 Topic 3

ECS 414.Unit F Unit F Op-amp regulator,IC Regulator

7.18 Topic 1

7.19 Topic 2 SMPS

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE (Theory) +

80 ( 2 MTEs) + 50 (2 PTEs)

Practicals

8.21 MTE-I + PTE-I 40 + 25

8.22 MTE-II + PTE-

40+ 25

II

8.3 ETE (Theory) +

80 + 50

PTE

9 References

1. T1: Milliman, J. and Halkias, C.C., Integrated Electronics, Tata McGraw

Hill (2007) 2nd ed.

2. T2: Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits, Ramakant Gayakwad, Prentice

9.1 Text book Hall PTR, 2000

3. T3: Electronics Devices and Circuits Theory, Robert.L.Boylestad, Prentice

Hall , 2001

Supplementary 1. Microelectronic Circuits, A.S Sedra, K.C. Smith, 5th Ed., Oxford, 1998

9.2

Reference(s)

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10

Methods and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dept. Core

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year IV Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

Theory and Practical Dept. of Electronics and

School of Engineering and Technology

Course Offered by Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG415

2 Course Title Microprocessor and Applications

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 4 (2-0-1)

(LT-P)

Course This course is to provide students with an overview of the concepts and

5

Objective fundamentals of Microprocessor programming and interfacing.

At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of microprocessors (8085/8086)

Course Familiarize the student with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the

6

Outcomes microprocessors.

Introduce the student to various programming concepts.

ECG415.A Unit A Introduction to Microprocessor

7.01 ECG415.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Overview of Microprocessor Structure and its operation.

7.02 ECG415.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Microprocessor evolution and its types

8085 MPU, Memory Interfacing, Memory mapped I/O and

7.03 ECG415.C1 Unit C Topic 1 peripheral mapped

7.04 ECG415.C2

8085 instructions, programming

Unit C Topic 3 Techniques, counters and time delays, stack and subroutines,

7.05 ECG415.C3

interrupts of 8085, Address modes

8086 system

ECG415.D Unit D

configuration

7.06 ECG415.D1 Unit D Topic 1 8086 internal architecture, 8086 system configuration

7.08 ECG415.D3

descriptions.

ECG415.E Unit E Microprocessor system peripheral and interface

Unit E Topic 1 Introduction to interfacing, 8155,

7.09 ECG415.E1

8255,8279,8254,

DMA controller, programmable interrupt controller, USART

7.10 ECG415.E2 Unit E Topic 2 interfacing with

8085 MPU.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise 10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

8.4 MTE 50 ( 2 MTEs)

(Practical)

8.41 MTE-I 25

8.42 MTE-II 25

8.5 ETE 50

(Practical)

9 References

1. Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and application with 8085 by

9.1 Text book Gaonkar

2. Introduction to Microprocessor by B. Ram

Supplementary Microprocessor Interfacing, programming and hardware by D. V. Hall

9.2

Reference(s)

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10

Methods and Task

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year IV Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 416

2 Course Title Electromagnetic Theory - DSC- VII

3 Credits 3

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3 (3-0-0)

P)

This is an introductory graduate course in electromagnetic field theory. We shall

Course

5 examine the fundamental solutions of time-varying Maxwell's equations in problems

Objectives

involving wave propagation, radiation and guidance.

This course will cover all basics of the electromagnetic field theory which include the

Course

6 electric and magnetic behavior of the wave. The wave propagation and its nature in

Outcomes

different media will be covered under this course.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

7.1 ECG 523.U1 Unit 1 Introduction to Different Coordinate systems

7.2 ECG 523.U1 Unit 1 vector analysis

7.3 ECG 523.U1 Unit 1 Coulomb’s Law, E-field due to charge distribution

7.4 ECG 523.U1 Unit 1 Gauss’s law, convection, conduction currents

7.5 ECG 523.U1 Unit 1 Continuity equation, Poisson’s equation and Laplace’s equation

7.6 ECG 523.U2 Unit 2 Biot Savart’s law, Ampere’s circuit law and applications

Magnetic flux density, force due to magnetic field, Torque on a loop

7.7 ECG 523.U2 Unit 2

and boundary conditions

7.8 ECG 523.U2 Unit 2 Magnetic materials, inductance, magnetic energy

7.9 ECG 523.U2 Unit 2 Maxwell’s Equation

7.10 ECG 523.U3 Unit 3 Boundary conditions at surface

7.11 ECG 523.U3 Unit 3 Electromagnetic wave propagation

7.12 ECG 523.U3 Unit 3 Guided Waves and Radiation

7.13 ECG 523.U4 Unit 4 Reflection and rarefaction of plane waves

Poynting Vector and poynting theorem, power loss in plane

7.14 ECG 523.U4 Unit 4

conductor

7.15 ECG 523.U4 Unit 4 Interpretation of tx lines, propagation characteristics, Tx lines and its

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

solution,

7.16 ECG 523.U4 Unit 4 Power tx, VSWR, Wave reflections and tx line of finite length

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

T1: Gottapu Sasibhushana Rao, “Electromagnetic Field Theory and Transmission

Lines”, John Wiley.

9.1 Text book

T2: Hayt Buck, “Engineering Electromagnetics”, Tata McGraw Hill Companies,

2008.

N.N. Rao, “Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics”, Pearson Education, 5th

Supplementary Ed.

9.2

Reference(s) Mathew N.O. Sadiku, “Principles of Electromagnetics”, Oxford University Press,

2011.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and

10

Methods Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year IV Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

Theory & Practical Course Offered by Dept. Electronics and

School of Engineering and

Communication

Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 417

2 Course Title Analog Communication System DSC-V

3 Credits 4

Contact

4 5 (2-1-1)

Hours (L-TP)

5 students with various issues related to analogue communication such as

Objectives modulation, demodulation, transmitters and receivers and noise performance.

1. The students will have the knowledge of components of analogue

communication system.

2. The students will have the ability to analyze various methods of

baseband/band pass Analogue transmission and detection.

Course

6 3. The student will be able to analyze and allocate performance objectives to

Outcomes

components of an analogue communication system and to design analogue

communication systems.

4. The students will be able to evaluate the performance of analogue

communications in the presence of noise.

7 Outline Syllab us: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECG 417.A Unit A Analog Modulation Techniques

Unit A Introduction, Theory of Amplitude Modulation; AM Power

7.01 ECG 417.A1

Topic 1 Calculations, AM Modulation with a Complex wave.

Unit A Theory of Frequency Modulation (FM); Spectra of FM Signals,

7.02 ECG 417.A2

Topic 2 Narrow Band and Wide Band FM.

Unit A Theory of Phase Modulation, Comparison of AM and FM,

7.03 ECG 417.A3

Topic 3 Comparison of PM and FM.

Unit A Noise and Frequency Modulation, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis.

7.04 ECG 417.A4

Topic 4

ECG 417.B Unit B AM Transmission/AM Reception

Unit B Introduction, Generation of Amplitude Modulation, Basic

7.05 ECG 417.B1

Topic 1 Principles of AM Generation; Square law Diode Modulation.

7.06 ECG 417.B2 Unit B Vander Bijl Modulation, Suppressed Carrier AM Generation, Ring

Topic 2 Modulator, Balanced Modulator.

Unit B Superheterodyne receiver; RF Amplifiers Characteristics-

7.07 ECG 417.B3

Topic 3 Sensitivity,Selectivity, Image Frequency Rejection, MixersTracking

and Alignment, Local Oscillator,

Unit B IF Amplifier, AM Detectors; Envelope or Diode Detector, AGC,

7.08 ECG 417.B4

Topic 4 AM Receiver using Transistors Communication Receiver.

ECG 417.C Unit C FM Transmission/FM Reception

Unit C Generation of FM by Direct Methods. Indirect Generation of FM;

7.09 ECG 417.C1

Topic 1 The Armstrong Method, FM Stereo Transmission.

Unit C FM Receiver Direct Methods of Frequency Demodulation; Slope

7.10 ECG 417.C2

Topic 2 Detector, Travis Detector Foster Seely or Phase Discriminator.

Unit C Indirect methods of FM Demodulation; FM Detector using PLL and

7.11 ECG 417.C3

Topic 3 Stereo FM Multiplex Reception.

ECG 417.D Unit D SSB Transmission/SSB Reception

Unit D Advantages of SSB transmission, Generation of SSB; Independent

7.12 ECG 417.D1

Topic 1 Side-Band Systems (ISB), Vestigial Side-Band Modulation (VSB).

Unit D SSB Product Demodulator, Balanced Modulator as SSB

7.13 ECG 417.D2

Topic 2 Demodulator, ISB/Suppressed Carrier Receiver.

ECG 417.E Unit E Pulse Modulation Transmission and Reception

Unit E Introduction, Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM), PAM Modulator

7.14 ECG 417.E1

Topic 1 Circuit, Demodulation of PAM Signals.

Unit E Pulse Time Modulation (PTM); Pulse Width Modulation (PWM),

7.15 ECG 417.E2

Topic 2 Pulse Position Modulation (PPM), PPM Demodulator, FSK , PSK.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms and Applications by John G. Proakis

& Dimitris G. George Kennedy, “Electronic Communication System”, 4th

9.1 Text book edition, McGraw- Hill (2000).

2. Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems”, 8th edition, Wiley

Pubclishers.

1. Gary M. Miller and Jeffery S. Beasley, “Modern Electronic Communications “, 7/e PHI.

2. Wayne Tomasi, “Electronics Communication systems”, 4th edition,

Supplementary

9.2 Pearson Publishers.

Reference(s)

3. Proakis,’Communication Systems”, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill

Publications.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10

Methods and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) II Year IV Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

Dept. Electronics and

School of Engineering and

Theory Course Offered by Communication

Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 418

2 Course Title Signal and Systems -DSE-IV

3 Credits 3

Contact

4 3 (3-0-0)

Hours (L-TP)

(1) Coverage of continuous and discrete-time signals and systems, their

properties and representations and methods that are necessary for the

analysis of continuous and discrete-time signals and systems.

(2) Knowledge of time-domain representation and analysis concepts as they

relate to difference equations, impulse response and convolution, etc.

Course

5 (3) Knowledge of frequency-domain representation and analysis concepts

Objectives using Fourier analysis tools, Z-transform.

(4) Concepts of the sampling process

(5) Mathematical and computational skills needed in application areas like

communication, signal processing and control, which will be taught in

other courses.

Students who successfully complete the course will be able to:

Characterize and analyse the properties of CT and DT signals and systems.

Analyse CT and DT systems in Time domain using convolution.

Course

6

Outcomes Represent CT and DT systems in the Frequency domain using Fourier analysis

tools like CTFS, CTFT, DTFS and DTFT.

Conceptualize the effects of sampling a CT signal.

Analyse CT and DT systems using Laplace transforms and Z Transforms.

ECE 418.A Unit A Introduction- Continuous and Discrete Time Signals and

Systems

Continuous Time (CT) signals – CT signal operations – Discrete

Time (DT) signals –Representation of DT signals by impulses – DT

Unit A

7.01 ECE 418.A1 signal operations – CT and DT systems. Properties of the systems

Topic 1

– Linear Time Invariant (LTI) and Linear Shift Invariant (LSI)

systems.

Unit A Exponential and Sinusoidal signals, Concepts of Impulse function,

7.02 ECE 418.A2

Topic 2 Unit Step function, Signum function.

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

ECE 418.B Unit B Fourier Series & Fourier Transforms

Unit B Representation of Fourier series, Continuous time periodic signals,

7.03 ECE 418.B1

Topic 1 Properties of Fourier Series.

Unit B Dirichlet’s conditions, Trigonometric Fourier Series and

7.04 ECE 418.B2

Topic 2 Exponential Fourier Series, Complex Fourier spectrum.

Deriving Fourier Transform from Fourier Series, Fourier Transform

Unit B

7.05 ECE 418.B3 of arbitrary signal, Fourier Transform of standard signals, Fourier

Topic 3

Transform of Periodic Signals.

Unit B Properties of Fourier Transform, Fourier Transforms involving

7.06 ECE 418.B4 Topic 4 Impulse function and Signum function, Introduction to Hilbert

Transform.

ECE 418.C Unit C Signal Transmission Through Linear Systems

Linear System, Impulse response, Response of a Linear System,

Unit C

7.07 ECE 418.C1 Linear Time Invariant (LTI) System, Linear Time Variant (LTV)

Topic 1

System, Transfer function of a LTI system.

Unit C Filter characteristics of Linear Systems, Distortion less transmission

7.08 ECE 418.C2

Topic 2 through a system, Signal bandwidth, System bandwidth.

Unit C Ideal LPF, HPF and BPF characteristics, Causality and Paley-

7.09 ECE 418.C3 Topic 3 Wiener criterion for physical realization, Relationship between

Bandwidth and Rise time.

ECE 418.D Unit D Convolution and Correlation of Signals

7.10 ECE 418.D1 Unit D Concept of convolution in Time domain and Frequency domain,

Topic Graphical

1 representation of Convolution, Convolution property of Fourier

Transforms, Cross Correlation and Auto Correlation of functions

Unit D Properties of Correlation function, Energy density spectrum,

7.11 ECE 418.D2

Topic 2 Parseval’s Theorem, Power density spectrum.

Unit D Relation between Auto Correlation function and Energy/Power

7.12 ECE 418.D3 Topic 3 spectral density function, Relation between Convolution and

Correlation.

Unit D Detection of periodic signals in the presence of Noise by

7.13 ECE 418.D4

Topic 4 Correlation, Extraction of signal from noise by filtering.

ECE 418.E Unit E Laplace Transforms

Review of Laplace Transforms (L.T), Partial fraction expansion,

Unit E Inverse Laplace Transform, Concept of Region of Convergence

7.14 ECE 418.E1

Topic 1 (ROC) for Laplace Transforms, Constraints on ROC for various

classes of signals.

Unit E Properties of L.T, Relation between L.T and F.T of a signal,

7.15 ECE 418.E2

Topic 2 Laplace Transform of certain signals using waveform synthesis.

ECE 418.F Unit F Z–Transforms

Fundamental difference between Continuous and Discrete time

Unit F Topic signals, Discrete time signal representation using Complex

7.16 ECE 418.F1

1 exponential and Sinusoidal components, Periodicity of Discrete

time signal using complex exponential signal.

Concept of Z- Transform of a Discrete Sequence, Distinction

Unit F Topic between Laplace, Fourier and Z Transforms, Region of

7.17 ECE 418.F2

2 Convergence in Z-Transform, Constraints on ROC for various

classes of signals, Inverse Z-transform, Properties of Ztransforms.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Signals, Systems & Communications - B.P. Lathi, 2013, BSP.

9.1 Text book 2. Signals and Systems - A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky and S.H. Nawab, 2

Ed., PHI.

1. Signals & Systems - Simon Haykin and Van Veen,Wiley, 2 Ed.

2. Signals and Signals – Iyer and K. Satya Prasad, Cengage Learning

3. Signals and Systems – A.Rama Krishna Rao – 2008, TMH.

Supplementary 4. Introduction to Signal and System Analysis – K.Gopalan 2009, Cengage Learning.

9.2

Reference(s) 5. Fundamentals of Signals and Systems - Michel J. Robert, 2008, MGH International

Edition.

6. Signals, Systems and Transforms - C. L. Philips, J.M.Parr and Eve A.Riskin, 3 Ed., 2004,

PE.

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10

Methods and Task

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department

B. Tech. (ECE) Elective II Year IV Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

School of Engineering Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by and Technology Communication

Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 418

2 Course Title Pulse Wave Shaping-DSE-IV

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours (L-

4 3 (3-0-0 )

TP)

To Stud y the concepts of wave shaping using linear and non-linear circuits.

1. To stu dy switching characteristics of Diode and design of Multivibrators

5 Course Objectives 2. To lea rn various techniques for logic circuit reduction. 3. To un derstand

the concepts of various combinational and sequential circuits.

1. Const ruct different linear networks and find their response to different signals.

2. Under stand switching characteristics of diodes.

6 Course Outcomes 3. Const ruct various multivibrators.

4. Desig n various combinational and sequential circuits

7.1 ECE 418.A Unit A WAVE- SHAPING

Unit A

RC, RL and RLC circuits, response to Step, Pulse, Square wave

7.2 ECE 418.A1 Topic

inputs.

1

Unit A Integrating and differentiating circuits, Compensated

7.3 ECE 418.A2 Topic attenuators. Nonlinear wave shaping using Diodes and

2 Transistors.

Unit A

7.4 ECE 418.A3 Clipping and Clamping circuits, Clamping circuit theorem.

Topic 3

Unit B Diode as a Switch, Piecewise Linear Diode Characteristics,

7.6 ECE 418.B1

Topic 1 Diode Switching times, Transistor as a Switch

7.7 ECE 418.B2

Topic 2 variation of Saturation Parameters.

Unit B

7.8 ECE 418.B3 Transistor-switching times, Silicon-controlled-switch circuits.

Topic 3

Unit C Analysis and design of Transistor Multivibrators – Bistable,

7.10 ECE 418.C1 Topic Monostable and Astable circuits.

1

Unit C

Operation of regenerative comparator (Schmitt Trigger).

7.11 ECE 418.C2 Topic

Bootstrap and Miller circuits

2

Unit C Time base generators, speed, transmission and displacement

7.12 ECE 418.C3

Topic 3 errors.

7.14 ECE 418.D1

Topic 1 and Bidirectional Sampling Gates,

7.15 ECE 418.D2

Topic 2 Circuits,

Unit D

7.16 ECE 418.D3 Six Diode Gate, Application of Sampling Gates.

Topic 3

REALIZATION OF LOGIC GATES USING DIODES &

7.17 ECE 418.E Unit E

TRANSISTORS

Unit E

7.18 ECE 418.E1 AND, OR and NOT Gates using Diodes and Transistors,

Topic 1

Unit E

7.19 ECE 418.E2 DCTL, RTL, DTL, TTL

Topic 2

Unit E

7.20 ECE 418.E3 CML Logic Families and its Comparison.

Topic 3

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise

test)

Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

8.11 (syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Millman’s Pulse, Digital and Switching Waveforms –J. Millman, H.

9.1 Text book Taub and Mothiki S. Prakash Rao, 2 ed., 2008, TMH.

2. Solid State Pulse circuits –David A. Bell, 4 ed., 2002 PHI.

1. Pulse and Digital Circuits – A. Anand Kumar, 2005, PHI.

Supplementary 2. Fundamentals of Pulse and Digital Circuits- Ronald J. Tocci, 3 ed., 2008. 3. Pulse

9.2 and Digital Circuits – Motheki S. Prakash Rao, 2006, TMH.

Reference(s)

4.Wave Generation and Shaping - L. Strauss.

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group

10

Methods Discussion and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dept. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: Department Specific II Year IV Semester

Core

Dept. of Electronics and

School of Engineering &

Theory Course Offered by Communication

Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 419

2 Course Title Digital System Design-DSE-V

3 Credits 2

Contact

4 Hours (L- 2 (2-0-0)

TP)

Course This course is to provide students with an overview of the concepts and

5 Objectives fundamentals of Hardware Descriptive Languages and various data types and

operators.

At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of Hardware

Course Descriptive Languages

6

Outcomes

2. Familiarize the student with the different type of modelling techniques.

3. Introduce the student to packages and libraries.

ECE 419.A Unit A Introduction to Hardware Description Languages

Introduction to Hardware Description Languages, History, hardware

Unit A Topic

7.01 ECE 419.A1 abstraction, modelling digital system, domain and level of

1

modelling, VHDL modelling concepts

Unit A Topic Basic Terminology, Entity Declaration, architecture body,

7.02 ECE 419.A2

2 configuration declaration, package declaration, package body.

Unit A Topic Comments, identifiers, reserved words, special keywords, numbers,

7.03 ECE 419.A3

3 characters, strings, syntax descriptions

ECE 419.B Unit B Data Types & Operators

Unit B Topic Constant & Variables,Data type: Scalar type, Access types, File

7.04 ECE 419.B1

1 type, Composite Types, protected types

7.05 ECE 419.B2 Unit B Topic Operators: Logical, relational , adding, multiply and miscellaneous

2 operators

ECE 419.C Unit C Behavioral Modeling

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

Unit C Topic Introduction process statement, variable assignment statement,

7.06 ECE 419.C1

1 signal assignment statement

Unit C Topic Wait statement, if statement, null statement, case statement, loop

7.07 ECE 419.C2

2 statement, next statement, assertion statement, delay models.

ECE 419.D Unit D Data Flow Modeling

Unit D Topic Introduction process statement, variable assignment statement,

7.08 ECE 419.D1

1 signal assignment statement

Unit D Topic block statement, condition select signal assignment

7.09 ECE 419.D2

2

ECE 419.E Unit E Structural Modeling, Generic and Configurations

Unit E Topic Introduction, Component declaration, component instantiation,

7.10 ECE 419.E1

1 Modeling examples

Unit E Topic Introduction to generics and configuration, configuration

7.11 ECE 419.E2

2 specification and declaration

ECE 419.F Unit F Subprogram, Packages and libraries

Unit F Topic Subprogram: Functions, procedures, declaration, subprogram and,

7.12 ECE 419.F1

1 operator overloading

Unit F Topic Package Declaration, Package body, design libraries , design files,

7.13 ECE 419.F2

2 order of analysis, implicit visibility, explicit visibility

8 Course Evalua tion: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

9.1 Text book 1. VHDl, Primer, J. Bhasker , 3rd edition, 1999, Prentice Hall.

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

2. The Designer’s guide to VHDL , third edition , Peter J. Ashenden

Supplementary

9.2 Kurian John VHDL programming by example, doughlas L.

Reference(s) 2. perry, Mcgraw-hill, 2002

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group

10

Methods Discussion and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dept. Elective

B. Tech (ECE) UGC CBCS: Department Specific II Year IV Semester

Core

Dept. of Electronics and

School of Engineering &

Theory Course Offered by Communication

Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 419

2 Course Title Industrial Electronics-DSE-V

3 Credits 2

Contact

4 2 (2-0-0)

Hours (L-TP)

1. To learn working of all power devices/trigger devices like Triac, GTO, IGBT.

2. To learn how to draw and analyze the waveforms of single half/full converter.

Course 3. To learn 3φ half/ full converter with resistive and inductive loads. how to

5

Objectives draw and design regulated / controlled power supply , SMPS.

4. To Understand the principles, merits and de-merits of Induction/ Di-electric

heating.

At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Build an and understanding of the fundamental concepts of Industrial

Course

6 work component design ing

Outcomes

2. Familiari ze the student with the different type of modelling techniques

control regulated / ed power supply , SMPS and UPS

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hr.

ECE 419.A Unit A Power semiconductor devices

Power diodes-General Purpose diodes, fast recovery

7.01 ECE 419.A1 Unit A Topic 1 diodes, schottky diode,

7.02 ECE 419.A2 Unit A Topic 2

,Thyristors

7.03 ECE 419.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Schottky diode, SCR, GTO, IGBT ,MGT, ETO

ECE 419.B Unit B Triggering Methods, devices and circuits

Thyristor turn-on method, High voltage turn-on, High temperature

7.04 ECE 419.B1 Unit B Topic 1

turn-on , Light turn-on, dv/dt turn-on , Gate turn-on

Devices used for firing circuit-Unijunction transistor (UJT)

7.05 ECE 419.B2 Unit B Topic 2 ,Programmable Unijunction transistor (PUT), Complementary

Unijunction transistor (CUJT) , Silicon Unilateral Switch (SUS)

ECE 419.C Unit C Firing Circuits

Diode-Resistance Firing Circuit, Diode-Resistance-Capacitance

7.06 ECE 419.C1 Unit C Topic 1

Firing Circuit

UJT Firing Circuit, PUT Firing Circuit, Synchronized UJT

7.07 ECE 419.C2 Unit C Topic 2

Firing Circuit , Pulse Transformer Firing Circuit

DIAC Firing Circuit, Silicon Bilateral Switch Firing Circuit,

7.08 ECE 419.A3 Unit C Topic 3

Light Activated Firing Circuit

ECE 419.D Unit D High frequency heating

Induction Heating: Basic Principle, Factors Governing the

7.09 ECE 419.D1 Unit D Topic 1 process, Basic

7.10 ECE 419.D2 Unit D Topic 2 Applications, merits &demerits over other systems, Di-electric

heating:

Principle, Factors governing the process, applications, merits

7.11 ECE 419.D3 Unit D Topic 3

& demerits over other systems.

ECE 419.E Unit E Regulated Power suppl

7.12 ECE 419.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Shunt regulators, Zener regulators, Transistor voltage regulator,

Protection

circuits, Crow bar protection., Voltage regulators IC’s 723,

LM309, 78XX series, SMPS, Concept of Switched Mode Power

Supplies, Various schemes of SMPS, Design aspects of SMPS,

UPS

Half Wave Controlled Rectifier, Full Wave Controlled Rectifier

7.13 ECE 419.E2 Unit E Topic 2

& Three Phase Controlled Rectifier

8 Course Evalua tion: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise 10 (2 times)

Course Scheme & Syllabus II Year IV Semester

test

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. P.C. Sen Power Electronics TMH,New Delhi

9.1 Text book

2. Alok Jain Power Electronics and Its Applications Penram ,India

9.2

Reference(s) 2. Ramamurthy Thyrister & its applications East West Press, New Delhi

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and

10

Methods Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Univ Elective

B.Tech. (ECE)

UGC CBCS: Interdisc/Generic Elective II Year IV Semester

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Engineering

P)

2. To achieve sustainable competitive advantage.

3. Long term survival.

5 Course Objectives 4. To develop appropriate strategies to achieve organizational goals.

5. Better & efficient resource allocation & utilization of resources

6. It aims an effective knuckle between the formulation of the strategy and its implementation by

integrating the efforts of governance and power.

• Linking theory and practice; develop an understanding of how to use strategic management tools to

initiate and implement problem-solving processes.

• Identifying management strategies which are appropriate to various scenarios and evaluating

alternatives in terms of available relevant criteria.

• Strategic research --- research, identify, gather, and verify relevant data.

• Evaluating and analyzing facts to identify opportunities and threats in the external environment and

strengths and weaknesses within the organization (i.e., perform a situation/SWOT analysis).

• Recommending specific, detailed courses of action relative to stated facts --- exhibiting strategic

management knowledge and judgment.

6 Course Outcomes • Identifying strategic assumptions and developing related financial projections.

• Understanding the importance of ethical principles and organizational values (i.e., organizational

culture) within the context of making socially responsible management choices.

• Formulate organizational vision, mission, goals, and values.

• Analyze, develop, and establish organizational priorities.

• Utilize ethical decision-making processes to help with formulation of organizational vision, mission,

and goals.

• Recognize and understand the importance of making and implementing socially responsible

decisions.

• Develop strategies and action plans to achieve an organization's vision, mission, and goals.

7.02 XXXNNN.A1 Unit A Introduction of Strategic Management, Strategy, Purpose and Mission Objectives and Goals,

Topic 1 Policies, Program Strategies Stimulus for Strategy, Strategic Decision Making.

Unit A Strategic Management Process, Loaning Organization, Corporate Planning, Failures At Strategic

7.03 XXXNNN.A2

Topic 2 Management.

7.04 XXXNNN.B Unit B Corporate Governance

Unit B

7.05 XXXNNN.B1 Topic 1 Board of Directors, Size and Composition of Board of Directors,

Unit B

7.06 XXXNNN.B2 Topic 2 Board Structure, Agency Theory, Board Committee,

Unit B

7.07 XXXNNN.B3 Topic 3 Two Tier board, Chairman and Managing Director , Effectiveness of BOD, CEO,

Unit B

7.08 XXXNNN.B4 Topic 4 Role of Top Management, Functions of Top Management, Ethical Behavior.

Unit C

7.10 XXXNNN.C1 Topic 1 Strength and weakness criteria, Formats to analyze to strengths and weaknesses,

Unit C

7.11 XXXNNN.C2 Topic 2 Resources, Resource based Approach, Sustainability of an Advantage,

Unit C

7.12 XXXNNN.C3

Topic 3 Value Chain analysis, Functional Resource planning, corporate culture, Strategic issues.

Unit D

7.14 XXXNNN.D1 Topic 1 SFAS Matrix, Finding a Niche, TOWS Matrix,

Unit D

7.15 XXXNNN.D2 Topic 2 Business Strategy, Strategic Alliance Corporate Strategy, Diversification Strategy,

Unit D

7.16 XXXNNN.D3

Topic 3 Portfolio Analysis, Corporate Parenting, Functional Strategy, Pout sourcing, Marketing Strategy,

Unit D

7.17 XXXNNN.D4 Topic 4 Financial Strategy, R & D Strategy, Operational Strategy,

Unit E What must be done, organizing for action, diversification, mergers and acquisition, Reengineering,

7.19 XXXNNN.E1

Topic 1 Job designing and

strategy formulation, staffing and directing, downsizing, MBO, TQM,

Topic 2

Measurement of Performance, Strategy Audit, and Strategic Information System Control.

8.11 Attendance (Theo ry) 10% (75-80% 1 mark, 81-85% 2 marks, 86-90 % 3 marks, 91-95% 4 marks, 96-100% 10 marks)

8.14

/ Lab Applicable

Class Presentation /

8.15 10%

Report

Faculty Discretio n or

8.15 5%

other suitable mea ns

8.2 MTE (Theory) 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)

9 References

9.1 Text book 1. Strategic Management: The Indian Context by R. Srinivasan, PHI

9.2 Supplementary 1). Strategic marketing problems : cases and comments by Roger Kerin

Reference(s)

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task/ Demonstrations

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component UGC CBCS:

B.Tech. (ECE) II Year IV Sem

Foundation Core

Theory & Lab Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology Dept. of Electronics and Communication

Engineering

3 Credits 0.5

4 Contact Hours

0.5(0-0-0.5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to someone impartial, so you

are free to explore your true feelings and be supported without judgment. Because

everyone is different, a counsellor does not simply dish out advice – the discussions in

counselling are aimed at helping you understand what is going on for you and what

would help you best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for faculty members who seek

to improve their effectiveness as mentors. Students and their mentors share

responsibility for ensuring productive and rewarding mentoring relationships. Both

parties have a role to play in the success of mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

SMG420 Improving their communication skills and removing hesitations by regular personal

7.02 Unit A Topic 1

interactions.

SMG420 Explaining the campus recruitment programs and working on choosing the ideal career

7.03 Unit A Topic 2

path.

7.04 SMG420 Unit A Topic 3 Trying to build something on your own based on interests.

7.05 SMG420 Unit A Topic 4 Increased desire to have fun and lose focus of main objectives.

7.06 SMG420 Unit A Topic 5 Observe if the student has fallen prey to any unhealthy practices.

7.08 SMG420 Unit A Topic 7 Try and figure out if any behavioural issues have arisen.

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication

B. Tech. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

Semester -V (Year-III)

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P As per As per

No. Code (C) (H)

BU UGC

School Foundation

1 MTG 508 Operation Research 3 1 0 4 4

Core Core

Numerical Methods in School Foundation

2 MTG 521 3 0 0 3 3

Electronic Engineering - SE-II Elective Elective

Linear Integrated Circuits - Dept

3 ECG 522 2 0 1 3 4 DSC

DSC-VI Core

Dept

4 ECG 523 Control Systems - DSC- VII 3 0 1 4 5 DSC

Core

Digital Communication -DSC - Dept

5 ECG 524 2 0 1 3 4 DSC

VIII Core

Dept

6 ECE 525 DSE-VI 3 0 0 3 3 DSE

Elective

Univ Open

7 OPU UE(OPEN) - III 2 0 0 2 2

Elective Elective

Technical Skills- UE(C&PD) - Univ

8 CPU 301 2 0 0 2 2 AECC

II AECC-III Elective

Essential

9 TPG 527 Term Paper -SEC-VII 1 0 0 1 1 SEC

Comp

Student Mentoring & Essential Foundation

10 SMG 528 0 0 0.5 1 1

Counselling Comp Core

Progession Interview by Dean Essential Foundation

11 DPG 529 0 0 0 1 0

& HOD Comp Core

Credits= 26.5 Hours = 29

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: Foundation III Year V Semester

Core

School of Languages and

Theory Course Offered by Dept. of Mathematics

Basic Sciences

1 Course Code MTG508

2 Course Title Operations Research

3 Credits 3-1-0 (4)

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3-1-0 (4)

P)

1. To describe formulation and modelling of linear programming problem.

2. To describe various methods of solving LPP

3. To understand difference between simplex and dual simplex method.

4. To describe game theory techniques to find optimal strategies for competitors.

5 Course 5. To highlight sensitivity analysis in the context of economic problems.

Objectives 6. To understand goal programming techniques.

7. To understanddecision making under uncertainties and risks.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Formulate linear programming problem

2. Explain and solve examples of lpp.

3. Understand the applications of sensitivity analysis

4. Understand the importance of goal programming techniques

Course 5. Understand decision making under uncertainties and risks.

6

Outcomes 6. Comprehend game theory techniques to find optimal strategies for

competitors.

7. Understand the technique of dual simplex method

7 OutlineofSyllabus: 52 LectureHours

7.01 MTG508.A Unit A Linear Programming Problem

7.02 MTG508.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Introduction and General mathematical formulation of LPP

7.03 MTG508.A2 Computational procedure of Simplex method, Big-M

Unit A Topic 2

method

7.04 MTG508.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Sensitivity Analysis

7.05 MTG508.B Unit B Dual Simplex Method and Goal Programming

7.06 MTG508.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Dual Simplex Method

7.07 MTG508.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Goal Programming model formulation

7.08 MTG508.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Methodology of solution procedure

7.09 MTG508.C Unit C Decision Theory

7.10 MTG508.C1 Unit C Topic 1 Introduction, Decision making environments

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

7.11 MTG508.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Decision making under conditions of uncertainty, risk

7.12 MTG508.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Decision Trees

7.13 MTG508.D Unit D Game Theory

7.14 MTG508.D1 Definition and explanation of important terms, Two person

Unit D Topic 1

zero sum games

7.15 MTG508.D2 Games without saddle point, Matrix reduction by

Unit D Topic 2

dominance

7.16 MTG508.D3 Algebraic procedure for solution of general game,

Unit D Topic 3

arithmetic method

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40(Subject Teacher)

Assessment

8.11 Assignment 10

8.12 Student Seminar 10

8.13 Extempore/ 10

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/ Surprise 10

test

8.2 MTE 80

Test-I 40

8.21

8.22 Test-II 40

8.3 ETE 80

9 References

9.1 Textbook A. P. Verma Operations Research, S.K. Kataria and Sons.

9.2 Supplementary 1. S.D. Sharma, Operations Research, KedarNath Ram Nath& Co. 14th

Reference(s) Edition 2004

2.Taha, H.A: Operations Research - An Introduction, Prentice Hall/ Pearson Education

3.Sharma, J.K., Operations Research: Theory and Applications, Macmillan India Ltd., New

Delhi

4.Kapoor, V.K., Operations Research, Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi.

9.3 Software Minitab

10 Pedagogical White/BlackBoard/Scenarios/PPT/VideoLecture/RolePlay/GroupDiscussionan

Methods dTask

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: AECC

School of Languages and Basic

Theory Course Offered by Dept. of Mathematics

Sciences

1 Course Code MTG513

2 Course Title Numerical Methods in Electronic Engineering - SE-II

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 3 (3-0-0)

(L-T-P)

1. To describe concepts of Errors and their analysis and Accuracy.

2. To understand the Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations

using Bisection, Iteration, false Position, Crammer’s rule and Newton-

Raphson method.

3. To Solve systems of non linear equations using Gauss Elimination and

Gauss-Jordan method.

4. To describe Concepts Crout’s method. Eigen Value problem, Non linear

equations.

Course

5 5. To describe Concepts of Finite difference, forward, Backward and central

Objectives

difference Interpolation Method.

6. To understand Concept of Method of separation of variable in solving

Wave, heat equation in 1-D and laplace equation.

7. Understand the concept of finding Area by Trapezoidal Rule and

Simpson’s Rule.

8. To understand Newton-cots integration formulae, Euler-Maclaurin formula.

9. Introduction To Euler’s formula, Euler’s modified formula, Runge’s

methods and Runga Kutta’s method.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Define Errors and their analysis and Accuracy.

2. Use the Bisection, Iteration, false Position, Crammer’s rule and Newton-

Raphson method to Solve of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations.

3. Appreciate Gauss Elimination and Gauss-Jordan method in solving

consistency of equations.

4. Appreciate Crout’s method. Eigen Value problem, Non linear equations.

5. Appreciate Concepts of Finite difference, forward, Backward and central

difference Interpolation Method.

Course

6 6. Describe the concept of Newton’s and Central difference formulae.

Outcomes

7. Solve Wave, heat equation in 1-D and laplace equation by Method of

separation of variable.

8. Understand the concept of Trapezoidal rule, Simpson 1/3 rule and

Simpsons 3/8 rule.

9. Understand Newton-cots integration formulae, Euler-Maclaurin formula.

10. Describe Concepts of Euler’s formula and Euler’s modified and Talyor’s

formula.

11. Solve Ordinary and simultaneous differential equations using Runge’s and

Runga-Kutta’s method.

7 Outline Syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.0 Roots of algebraic and transcendental equations (08

MTG513.A Unit A

1 hours)

7.0 Introduction to Errors and their analysis and Accuracy.

MTG513.A1 Unit A Topic 1

2

7.0 Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations:

MTG513.A2 Unit A Topic 2

3 Bisection method, Iteration method.

7.0 Method of false Position.

MTG513.A3 Unit A Topic 3

4

7.0 Consistency of equations, Crammer’s rule. Newton -

MTG513.A4 Unit A Topic 4

5 Raphson method

7.0 Solution of systems of equations. Gauss Elimination and

MTG513.A5 Unit A Topic 5

6 Gauss-Jordan method

7.0 Crout’s method. Eigen Value problem, Non linear

MTG513.A6 Unit A Topic 6

7 equations

7.0 Interpolation and Finite Difference Technique (06

MTG513.B Unit B

8 hours)

7.0 Finite difference, forward Interpolation Method.

MTG513.B1 Unit B Topic 1

9

7.1 Backward and central difference Interpolation Method.

MTG513.B2 Unit B Topic 2

0

7.1 Difference of polynomial, Newton’s formulae for

MTG513.B3 Unit B Topic 3

1 interpolation.

7.1

MTG513.B4 Unit B Topic 4 Central difference interpolation formulae.

2

7.1

MTG513.C Unit C Initial and Boundary value problems (04 hours)

3

7.1 Introduction to Method of separation of variable, Wave

MTG513.C1 Unit C Topic 1

4 equation in 1-D.

7.1

MTG513.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Heat equation in 1-D and laplace equation..

5

7.1 Numerical Integration and Statistical Methods (04

MTG513.D Unit D

6 hours )

7.1

MTG513.D1 Unit D Topic 1 Introduction to Numerical Integration- Trapezoidal rule.

7

7.1

MTG513.D2 Unit D Topic 2 Solution of Simpson 1/3 rule, Simpsons 3/8 rule.

8

7.1 Newton-cots integration formulae, Euler-Maclaurin

MTG513.D3 Unit D Topic 3

9 formula.

7.2 Numerical Methods for Ordinary differential equation

MTG513.E Unit E

0 (04 hours )

7.2

MTG513.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Euler’s formula and euler’s modified formula.

1

7.2

MTG513.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Talyor’s methods.

2

7.2

MTG513.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Runge’s methods.

3

7.2 MTG513.E4 Unit E Topic 4 Runge -kutta Methods for solving simultaneous ODE

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

4

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks BAHRA UNIVERSITY

Internal School of Engineering and Technology

8.1 40 marks

Assessment Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

8.1 Department Core

10

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

1 Assignments UGC CBCS: DSC

8.1 Student Seminar School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and

10

Theory Course Offered by:

2 Technology Communication Engineering

8.1 1 Extempore/Pres

Course Code ECG 523

10

3 2 entation

Course Title LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

8.1 3 Quiz/surprise

Credits 3

10

4 test

Contact

8.2 4 MTEHours (L-T- 80 marks

3 (2-0-1)

8.2 P)

Test-1 40

1 The aim of the course is to deal with various electronic techniques and

8.2 5 Course

building blocks used in linear integrated Circuits. This course introduces the

Test-2

Objectives 40

2 characteristics and applications of analog circuits.

8.3 ETE 80 marks

1. Identify and describe operation of analog circuits.

Course

9 6 References 2. Design op-amp circuits to perform arithmetic operations.

Outcomes

9.1 Text book 3.Methods,

Numerical Analyze andUSP

J.B Dixit, design linear and non-linear applications using op-amps.

(Laxmi publication)

1. Numerical Mathematical Analysis: James B. Scarborough Oxford and IBH Publishing, 1955.

Supplementary 2.Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis: S.S. Sastry,PHI Learning (2012)

9.2

Reference(s) 3.Introduction to Computer Programming and Numerical Methods by Xundong Jia and Shu Liu, Dubuque, Iowa:

Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co.

9.3 Free Software Minitab/Mathematica/Matlab

10 Pedagogical Methods Black Board/ PPT.

4. Analyze and design oscillators and filters using functional ICs.

5. Choose appropriate A/D and D/A converters for signal processing

applications.

ECG 523.A Unit A INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

Unit A Topic Introduction to integrated circuits

7.01 ECG 523.A1

1

Unit A Topic IC Chip size and circuit complexity

7.02 ECG 523.A2

2

ECG 523.B Unit B INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

Unit B Topic The basic operational amplifier & its schematic symbol

7.03 ECG 523.B1

1

Unit B Topic Block diagram representation of OP-AMP, Power supply

7.04 ECG 523.B2

2 requirements of an OP-AMP,

Unit B Topic Evolution of OP-AMP., Specification of a typical OP-AMP

7.05 ECG 523.B3

3 (741).

ECG 523.C Unit C THE PRACTICAL OP-AMP

Unit C Topic Introduction to Practical Op-amp

7.06 ECG 523.C1

1

Input offset voltage, input bias current, input offset current.

Unit C Topic total output offset voltage, thermal drift, error voltage

7.07 ECG 523.C2

2 Variation of OP-AMP parameter with temperature & supply

voltage. Supply voltage rejection ration (SVRR)

High frequency OP-AMP equivalent circuit, open loop

Unit C Topic

7.08 ECG 523.C3 voltage gain as a function of frequency. Slew rate, causes of

3

slew rates and its effects in application.

FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF AN OP-AMP

ECG 523.D Unit D

7.09 ECG 523.D1

1

Unit D Topic Frequency response of internally compensated OP-AMP &

7.10 ECG 523.D2

2 non-compensated OP-AMP.

Unit D Topic Six Diode Gate, Application of Sampling Gates.

7.11 ECG 523.D3

3

OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER CONFIGURATIONS &

ECG 523.E Unit E

LINEAR APPLICATION

Open loop OP-AMP configurations- The differential

Unit E Topic amplifier, inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier,

7.12 ECG 523.E1

1 negative feed back configurations - inverting and non

inverting amplifiers

voltage followers & high input impedance configuration,

Unit E Topic

7.13 ECG 523.E2 differential amplifiers, closed loop frequency response &

2

circuit stability, single supply operation of OP-AMP,

summing, scaling and averaging amplifier, voltage to current

Unit E Topic

7.14 ECG 523.E3 & current to voltage converters, integrators & differentiators,

3

logarithmic & anti logarithmic amplifiers

ECG 523.F Unit F ACTIVE FILTERS & OSCILLATORS

7.15 ECG 523.F1 Unit F Topic 1 Advantages of active filters, classification of filters,

response characteristics of butter worth, chebyshev, causal

7.16 ECG 523.F2 Unit F Topic 2 filters, first order and second order butter worth filters- low

pass and high pass types. Band pass & band reject filters.

Oscillator principles, types of oscillators - phase shift, wein

7.17 ECG 523.F2 Unit F Topic 3 bridge & quadrature. square wave, triangular wave and saw

tooth wave generators, voltage controlled oscillator.

ECG 523.G Unit G COMPARATORS & CONVERTERS

Unit G Topic Basic comparator & its characteristics, zero crossing

7.18 ECG 523.G1

1 detector, voltage limiters,

Unit G Topic clippers & clampers, small signal half wave & full wave

7.19 ECG 523.G2

2 rectifiers, absolute value detectors, sample and hold circuit.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise

8.1

Assessment test)

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE

80

(Theory)

9 References

1. T1: Milliman, J. and Halkias, C.C., Integrated Electronics, Tata McGraw Hill (2007)

2nd ed.

2. T2: Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits, Ramakant Gayakwad, Prentice Hall

9.1 Text book PTR, 4th ed.,2013

3. T3: Electronics Devices and Circuits Theory, Robert.L.Boylestad, Prentice Hall ,

2001

Supplementary

9.2 Microelectronic Circuits, A.S Sedra, K.C. Smith, 5th Ed., Oxford, 1998

Reference(s)

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core UGC

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

CBCS: DSC

Theory & Practical Course Dept. Electronics and

School of Engineering and Technology

Offered by Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 523

2 Course Title Control Systems -DSC-VII

3 Credits 4

Contact

4 5 (3-0-1)

Hours (L-TP)

This subject will introduce you to the principles and practice of feedback control

systems, and outlines their role in modern society. You will learn about dynamic

system modelling and controller synthesis as two key elements in the development

of a modern control system, and the subject will emphasise the usage of transform

theory to facilitate both of these elements. This subject will also introduce

Course techniques for the practical implementation of the synthesised controller.

5

Objectives Topics that are covered in this subject include: introduction to feedback, system

modelling using Laplace transform and state space representations, non-linear

system models, SISO control, prototype controllers based on proportional +

integral + derivative elements, root locus techniques, Nyquist and Bode

techniques, compensation strategies, feed-forward and cascaded loops, and

practical realisation issues.

Students who successfully complete the course will be able to:

(1) Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of (feedback) control

systems.

(2) Determine and use models of physical systems in forms suitable for use in

the analysis and design of control systems.

Course

6 (3) Express and solve system equations in state-variable form (state variable

Outcomes

models).

(4) Determine the time and frequency-domain responses of first and second-

order systems to step and sinusoidal (and to some extent, ramp) inputs.

(5) Determine the (absolute) stability of a closed-loop control system.

(6) Apply root-locus technique to analyse and design control systems.

7 Outline Syllab us: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECG 416.A Unit A Introduction

Unit A Topic Elements of control systems, concept of open loop and closed

7.01 ECG 416.A1

1 loop Systems.

Unit A Topic Examples and application of open loop and closed loop systems,

7.02 ECG 416.A2

2 brief idea Of multivariable control systems.

ECG 416.B Unit B Mathematical modeling

Unit B Topic Laplace transform, Transfer function, poles and zero’s of a

7.03 ECG 416.B1

1 transfer function.

Unit B Topic Mathematical modelling of electrical and mechanical systems.

7.04 ECG 416.B2

2 System.

Unit B Topic System response, Block diagram and signal flow graph analysis.

7.05 ECG 416.B3

3

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

Unit B Topic Mason’s gain formula, transfer function. Problems on block

7.06 ECG 416.B4

4 diagram and signal flow graph.

Time response Analysis & Basic characteristics of feedback

ECG 416.C Unit C

control systems

Unit C Topic Transient and Steady state response, Input Test signals, Time

7.07 ECG 416.C1 1 response of a first order control system for various input test

signals.

Unit C Topic Time response of a second order control system for various input

7.08 ECG 416.C2

2 test signals.

Unit C Topic Steady state errors, Sensitivity, control actions, proportional

7.09 ECG 416.C3

3 control, derivative control, integral control, PID Control.

Unit C Topic Effect of Integral and Derivative control action on system

7.10 ECG 416.C4 4 performance, Steady state error in unity feedback control systems,

example problems.

ECG 416.D Unit D Stability concept

Unit D Topic Stability concept, Absolute and relative stability, Stability of

7.11 ECG 416.D1

1 control systems and effect of root locations.

Unit D Topic Routh Hurwitz stability criterion, problems.

7.12 ECG 416.D2

2

ECG 416.E Unit E Frequency response analysis

Unit E Topic Relationship between time & frequency response. Examples on

7.13 ECG 416.E1

1 MATLAB.

ECG 416.F Unit F Stability analysis in frequency domain

Unit F Topic Polar plots, Bode’s plot, stability in frequency domain, Nyquist

7.14 ECG 416.F1

1 plots. Nyquist stability criterion.

Unit F Topic Gain margin and Phase Margin, relative stability from nyquist

7.15 ECG 416.F2

2 plot, problems on nyquist plot.

ECG 416.G Unit F Control system analysis by ROOT LOCUS method

Unit G Topic Introduction, Root locus plot, root locus approach to control

7.16 ECG 416.G1

1 system design

ECG 416. H Unit H Compensation of control system & State variable analysis

Unit H topic 1 Phase lead compensation, phase lag compensation, phase lag-lead

7.17 ECG 416.H1

compensation, feedback compensation.

Concepts of state, state variable, state model, state models for

linear continuous time functions, diagonalization of transfer

7.18 ECG 416.H2 Unit H topic 2

function, solution of state equations, concept of controllability &

observability.

8 Course Evalua tion: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Prof. B.S. Manke., “Linear Control Systems”, Khanna Publishers, Ninth

Edition, 2008.

9.1 Text book

2. Ogata, K., “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall, second edition,

1991

1. Kuo, B.C., “Automatic Control System”, Prentice Hall, sixth edition, 1993.

Supplementary 2. Introduction to Feedback control Li QiuKemin Zhou.

9.2

Reference(s) 3. MATLAB tools for control system analysis and design,Benjamin C. Kuo, Duane C.

anselman,Prentice Hall, 1994.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10

Methods and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 524

2 Course Title Digital Communication System -DSC- X

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours (L-T-

4 4 (2-0-1)

P)

To understand the building blocks of digital communication system.

To prepare mathematical background for communication signal

analysis.

To understand and analyze the signal flow in a digital

5 Course Objectives

communication system.

To analyze error performance of a digital communication system in

presence of noise and other interferences.

To understand concept of spread spectrum communication system.

After successfully completing the course students will be able to

Analyze the performance of a baseband and pass band digital

communication system in terms of error rate and spectral efficiency.

6 Course Outcomes Perform the time and frequency domain analysis of the signals in a digital

communication system.

Select the blocks in a design of digital communication system.

Analyze Performance of spread spectrum communication system

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

Introduction, Advantages of Digital Transmission, Pulse Code

Modulation; PCM Sampling, Sampling Rate, Aliasing,

7.1 ECG 632.U1 Unit 1 quantisation error, Uniform and Non uniform quantization,

Dynamic Range, Coding efficiency, A law & µ law companding,

Bandwidth of PCM, Block diagram of PCM system,

Delta Modulation, Continuously variable Slope Delta Modulator

(CVSDM) or Adaptive Delta Modulation, Differential Pulse Code

7.2 ECG 632.U1 Unit 1

Modulation, Intersymbol Interference, Eye Patterns, Signal power

in binary digital signals.

Line Coding & its properties. NRZ & RZ types, signalling format

for unipolar, Polar, bipolar (AMI) & Manchester coding and their

7.3 ECG 632.U2 Unit 2 power spectra (No derivation), HDB and B8ZS signalling,

Fundamentals of time division multiplexing, T1 Digital Carrier

system,

Synchronization and Signaling of T1, TDM, PCM hierarchy,

North-American Digital Hierarchy; T1 to T4 PCM TDM system

7.4 ECG 632.U2 Unit 2

(DS1 to DS4 signals), Bit versus word interleaving, Statistical

TDM, Codecs & Combo Chips

Introduction, Information capacity, Shannon Limit for Information

capacity, Bit Rate, Baud & M-Ary Encoding, Amplitude Shift

Keying (ASK), ASK Spectrum, ASK Modulator, Coherent ASK

7.5 ECG 632.U3 Unit 3 Detector, Noncoherent ASK Detector, Frequency Shift Keying

(FSK), FSK Bit Rate and Baud, Bandwidth and Frequency

Spectrum of FSK, FSK Transmitter, Non-coherent FSK Detector,

Coherent FSK Detector, FSK Detection Using PLL

Binary Phase Shift Keying, Binary PSK Spectrum, BPSK

Transmitter, Coherent PSK Detection, Quadrature Phase Shift

7.6 ECG 632.U3 Unit 3 Keying (QPSK), QPSK Demodulator, Offset QPSK, π/4 QPSK,

Comparison of conventional QPSK, Offset QPSK and π/4 QPSK,

M-Ary BPSK e.g. 8 PSK & 16 PSK

Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM); 8 QAM & 16 QAM

transmitters and receivers, Band Width efficiency, Carrier

Recovery; Squaring Loop & Costas Loop, Differential PSK,

7.7 ECG 632.U4 Unit 4

DBPSK transmitter and receiver, Constant Envelop Modulation;

Minimum Shift Keying (MSK) & Gaussian Minimum Shift

Keying (GMSK)

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise

8.1

Internal Assessment test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory)+PE 80 ( 2 MTEs)+50(2 Practical Exam)

8.21 MTE-I 40+25

8.22 MTE-II 40+25

8.3 ETE

(Theory)+PE(Practical 80+50

Exam)

9 References

1. Communication Systems, Fourth Edition, Simon Haykin, Wiley

publication.

9.1 Text book

2. Electronic Communication Systems, Tomasi, 4th edition, Pearson

Publications.

1. Modern Electronic Communication, (6th edition), by Gary M. Miller,

published by Prentice-Hall, 1999

Supplementary

9.2 2. Introduction to Communication Systems, third edition, by F. G.

Reference(s)

Stremler, Addison-Wesley, 1990.

White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group

10 Pedagogical Methods

Discussion and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

Dept. Elective

B. Tech.(ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by:

Technology Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 525

2 Course Title Microcontrollers and Its Applications

3 Credits 3

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3 (3-0-0)

P)

1. To impart knowledge about 8051 microcontroller programming and

interfacing.

Course

5 2. To introduce students to advanced PIC 16F877 microcontroller and embedded

Objectives

systems

Course Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of microcontroller. (8051)

6

Outcomes Familiarize the student with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the

microcontrollers.

Introduce the student to various programming concepts and applications of

controllers.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

INTRODUCTION TO MICROCONTROLLER AND

ECE525.A Unit A

EMBEDDED SYSTEM

Unit A Introduction to Microcontrollers and Embedded Processors –

7.01 ECE525.A1

Topic 1

Unit A Microcontrollers survey-four bit, eight bit, sixteen bit, thirty two bit

7.02 ECE525.A2

Topic 2

Unit A Microcontrollers --Comparing Microprocessors and Microcontrollers-

7.03 ECE525.A3

Topic 3 Overview of the 8051 family

ECE525.B Unit B THE 8051 ARCHITECTURE

Unit B Hardware- Oscillator and clock-program counter –data pointer-

7.04 ECE525.B1

Topic 1 registers.

Unit B stack and stack pointer-special function registers

7.05 ECE525.B2

Topic 2

Unit B memory organization-program memory-data memory -Input / Output

7.06 ECE525.B3

Topic 3 Ports

Unit B External memory counter and timer-serial data Input / output-Interrupts

7.07 ECE525.B4

Topic 4

Unit B Polling and interrupt driven-Receiving serial data – polling for received

7.08 ECE525.B5

Topic 5 data, interrupt driven data reception

ECE525.C Unit C 8051 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING

Unit C Structure of Assembly languageAssembling and running an 8051

7.09 ECE525.C1

Topic 1 program.

Unit C Addressing modes-Accessing memory using various addressing modes

7.10 ECE525.C2

Topic 2

Unit C Programs -Jump and Call instructions and Programs -I /O Pot Programs

7.11 ECE525.C3

Topic 3

7.12 ECE525.C4 Unit C Single bit instructions and Programs.

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

Topic 4

Unit C Timer and counter and Programs.

7.13 ECE525.C5

Topic 5

Unit C Instruction set- Arithmetic operations and Programs-Logical operations

7.14 ECE525.C6

Topic 6

ECE525.D Unit D SERIAL COMMUNICATION

Unit D 8051 connection to RS 232, 8051 serial communication programming

7.15 ECE525.D1

Topic 1

ECE525.E Unit E INTERFACING

Unit E LCD, ADC and sensors, Stepper motor, keyboard, DAC and external

7.16 ECE525.E1

Topic 1 memory

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Muhammad Ali Mazidi and Janice Gillispie Mazidi, The 8051 Microcontroller and

Embedded Systems, Pearson Education Asia.

9.1 Text book

2. Ajay V Deshmukh , Microcontrollers- Theory and Applications , Tata McGraw –

Hill Education, New Delhi

1. Kenneth J. Ayala, The 8051 Microcontroller – Architecture, Programming and

Supplementary Applications, Penram International Publishing (India), Second Ed.

9.2

Reference(s) 2. K.V.Shibu, Introduction to Embedded Systems, 1e, Tata McGraw –Hill Education,

New Delhi.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and

10

Methods Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

Dept. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: Department Specific III Year V Semester

Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by:

Technology Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 525

2 Course Title Microelectronics

3 Credits 3

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3 (3-0-0)

P)

1. Microelectronics provides an authoritative, international and independent

forum for the critical evaluation and dissemination of research and

development

Course 2. Applications, processes and current practices relating to advanced packaging,

5 micro-circuit engineering, interconnection, semiconductor technology and

Objectives

systems engineering will be studied.

3. It represents a current, comprehensive and practical information tool

1. In completing this course we will be familiar with electronic devices that can

be used singly (in the design of discrete circuits) or as components of an

Course integrated-circuit (IC) chip.

6

Outcomes 2. We will knowing the design and analysis of interconnections of these devices,

which form discrete and integrated circuits of varying complexity and perform

a wide variety of functions.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECE 525.A Unit A Introduction VLSI & Fabrication

Unit A Topic VLSI Overview, Fabrication Steps :- Silicon Growth

7.01 ECE 525.A1

1

Unit A Topic

7.02 ECE 525.A2 Epitaxial Growth, Thin Film Deposition and Oxidation

2

Unit A Topic Diffusion, Lithography and Etching

7.03 ECE 525.A3

3

Unit A Topic

7.04 ECE 525.A4 Ion Implantation, Metallization and Packaging and Assembly

4

ECE 525.B Unit B MOSFETs

Unit B Topic Device Structure, Types of MOSFETs, Basic Operation of MOSFET

7.05 ECE 525.B1

1

Unit B Topic MOSFET Capacitances, Second Order Effects

7.06 ECE 525.B2

2

ECE 525.C Unit C MOSFETs Applications

Unit C Topic MOSFETs as Inverters/Switch :- Ideal inverter characteristics, noise

7.07 ECE 525.C1

1 margin, power dissipation

7.08 ECE 525.C2 Unit C Topic MOSFETs as Amplifiers :- Biasing in Amplifiers, The DC Bias

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

2 Point, Small signal equivalent circuit

Unit C Topic Voltage Gain , Transconductance, Input and Output Impedance

7.09 ECE 525.C3

3

ECE 525.D Unit D Digital CMOS Logic Circuits

Unit D Topic Digital Circuit Design: An Overview, Design and Performance

7.10 ECE 525.D1

1 Analysis of the CMOS Inverter

Unit D Topic Dynamic logic Circuits: Pass Transistor Logic Circuits, Pseudo-

7.11 ECE 525.D2

2 NMOS Logic Circuits, Domino logic Circuits, NORA logic, TSPC

ECE 525.E Unit E Single Stage Amplifiers and Differential Amplifiers

Unit E Topic Single Stage Ampilfies :- Introduction, Types , low frequency and

7.12 ECE 525.E1

1 high frequency response.

Unit E Topic Differential Amplifers :- Introduction, Advantages, Circuit Operation

7.13 ECE 525.E2

2

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. VLSI Technology by SM SZE.

2. Microelectronic Circuits by Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith, Fifth Edition,

9.1 Text book

New York Oxford University Press.

Supplementary Edition,McGraw-Hill.

9.2

Reference(s) 2. Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits, Behzad Razavi, McGraw-Hill.

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and

10

Methods Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

Univ. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: Open Elective

Dept. of Electronics and

School of Engineering and

Theory Course Offered by Communication

Technology

Engineering

1 Course Code OPU (UE(OPEN) – III)

2 Course Title Sensor & Instrumentation

3 Credits 2

Contact Hours

4 2 (2-0-0)

(L-T-P)

The aim of this course is to train students in methods of design, implementation

and operation of advanced instrumentation and sensor systems. This includes

5 Course Objective instrumentation and sensor networks, advanced sensor conditioning methods,

smart sensor systems and error analysis. Also reliability, electrical safety and

electromagnetic compatibility issues are covered.

- Ability to understand the physical principles and manufacturing technologies of

advanced sensors.

- Know how to design and manage instrument and sensor networks and

associated synchronization problems.

- Knowledge of various techniques of collecting energy from the environment.

- Ability to understand the technical specifications of high-sensitivity and high

6 Course Outcomes frequency measurement equipment.

- Knowledge of the basic principles of the calibration of instruments and the

techniques used to carry it out.

- Ability to design virtual instrumentation and automatic test systems.

- Knowledge for integrating instrumentation systems on mobile devices.

- Ability to interpret the regulations affecting electronic products.

- Knowledge of the various tests required to verify electronic products.

7 Outline Syllabus: 35 Lecture Hours;

OPU.A Unit A INTRODUCTION

Unit A Instrumentation systems architecture

7.01 OPU.A1

Topic 1

Unit A Sensor networks architecture

7.02 OPU.A2

Topic 2

Unit A Data transfer and power supply needs of instrumentation and

7.03 OPU.A3

Topic 3 sensor systems

Unit A General considerations about instrumentation and sensor system

7.04 OPU.A4

Topic 4 specification and verification

OPU.B Unit B INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEMS

Unit B Advanced instrumentation systems architectures

7.05 OPU.B1

Topic 1

Unit B Instrumentation systems calibration techniques

7.06 OPU.B2

Topic 2

Unit B Virtual instrumentation

7.07 OPU.B3

Topic 3

7.08 OPU.B4 Unit B Error analysis and specification

Topic 4

Unit B Estimation theory

7.09 OPU.B5

Topic 5

OPU.C Unit C SENSOR SYSTEMS

Unit C Sensor principles, implementation and characteristics review

7.10 OPU.C1

Topic 1

Unit C Advanced sensor conditioning techniques

7.11 OPU.C2

Topic 2

Unit C Coherent detection methods for AC sensors

7.12 OPU.C3

Topic 3

Unit C Self-correction and self-calibration techniques

7.13 OPU.C4

Topic 4

Unit C Smart-sensor structure and standards

7.14 OPU.C5

Topic 5

Unit C Sensor networks

7.15 OPU.C6

Topic 6

Unit C Energy harvesting techniques for sensor systems

7.16 OPU.C7

Topic 7

Reliability, Electrical Safety And Electromagnetic

OPU.D Unit D

Compatibility In Measurement Systems

Unit D Electromagnetic compatibility issues in measurement systems

7.17 OPU.D1

Topic 1

Unit D Interference identification and reduction techniques

7.18 OPU.D2

Topic 2

Unit D Electrical safety, Reliability

7.19 OPU.D3

Topic 3

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

Putten, A.F.P.V. Electronic measurement systems: theory and practice. 2nd ed. Bristol ; Philadelphia: IOP

9.1 Text book

Publishing, 1996. ISBN 978-0750303408.

Meijer, G.C.M. (ed.). Smart sensor systems. Chichester, UK: J. Wiley & Sons, 2008. ISBN

0470866918.

Supplementary Dargie, W.; Poellabauer, C. Fundamentals of wireless sensor networks: theory and practice. John Wiley

9.2

Reference(s) & Sons, 2010. ISBN 9780470666388.

Pallás Areny, R.; Webster, J.G. Sensors and signal conditioning. 2nd ed. New York: John Wiley and

Sons, 2001. ISBN 0471332321.

9.3 Free Software --------

10 Pedagogical Methods White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

University Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: AECC

School of Languages and Basic

Theory Course Offered by Dept. of Mathematics

Sciences

1 Course Code CPU301

2 Course Title Technical Skills

3 Credits 2-0-0 (2)

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 2-0-0 (2)

P)

After thorough learning of this course, a student

1. Will be able to critically evaluate various real life situations by resorting to

Analysis of key issues and factors.

2. Will be able to read between lines and understand various language

5 Course structures.

Objectives 3. Will be able to demonstrate various principles involved in solving

mathematical problems and thereby reducing the time taken for performing

job functions.

8. Students will have the ability to critically evaluate various real life

situations by resorting to Analysis of key issues and factors

9. Students will be skilled to read between lines and understand various

language structures.

10. Students will have the knowledge to apply quantitative and mathematical

Course reasoning to solve problems in diverse contexts.

6

Outcomes

11. Students will be able to communicate quantitative and logical reasoning in

multiple formats.

7 Outline of Syllabus: 20 Lecture Hours

7.01 CPU301.A Unit A Arithmetic Ability and Data Interpretation

Numbers, H.C.F. and L.C.M. of numbers, Decimal

7.02 CPU301.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Fractions, Square roots and cube roots, Surds and indices,

Simplification

7.03 CPU301.A2 Percentage, Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion,

Unit A Topic 2

Time and Distance, Time and Work

7.04 CPU301.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Tabulation, Bar Graphs, Pie Charts, Line Graphs

7.05 CPU301.B Unit B Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning

7.06 CPU301.B1 Unit B Topic 1 Number and Letter Series ,Calendars, Binary Logic

7.07 CPU301.B2 Unit B Topic 2 Seating Arrangements, Clocks, Cubes

7.08 CPU301.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Logical Sequence, Logical Matching, Blood relations

7.09 CPU301.C Unit C Employability Assessment Tests

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal 440(Subject Teacher)

8.1

Assessment

8.11 Assignments 110

8.12 Student Seminar 110

Extempore/Presenta

8.13 110

tion

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 110

8.2 MTE 880

8.21 Test-1 440

8.22 Test-2 440

8.3 ETE 80

9 References

9.1 Textbook 1, R.S.Aggarwal, S.Chand, Quantitative Aptitude

2. R.S.Aggarwal, S.Chand, Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning.

9.2 Software Minitab

10 Pedagogical White/BlackBoard/Scenarios/PPT/VideoLecture/RolePlay/GroupDiscussionan

Methods dTask

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

Theory & Lab Course Offered School of Engineering Technology Dept. of Electronics and

by Communication Engineering

1 Course Code SMG525

2 Course Title Student Mentoring & Counselling

3 Credits 0-0-0.5 (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-1(1)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to

someone impartial, so you are free to explore your true feelings

and be supported without judgment. Because everyone is

different, a counsellor does not simply dish out advice – the

discussions in counselling are aimed at helping you understand

what is going on for you and what would help you best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for

faculty members who seek to improve their effectiveness as

mentors. Students and their mentors share responsibility for

ensuring productive and rewarding mentoring relationships.

Both parties have a role to play in the success of mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.01 SMG525.A Unit A

Disciple may have feelings of utter and complete loss of self-

Unit A

7.02 SMG525.A1 confidence along with sense of loss of control or feeling as if

Topic 1

stuck in a rut or a downward spiral.

Unit A Guide about what to do after graduation i.e. job or further study

7.03 SMG525.A2

Topic 2 or start personal venture.

Unit A Student may feel an increase in the pressure or develop anxiety.

7.04 SMG525.A3

Topic 3

Unit A Help overcome the fear of failure if an unconventional path is

7.05 SMG525.A4

Topic 4 chosen.

Unit A Seeking guidance for what to do next.

7.06 SMG525.A5

Topic 5

Unit A Track their performance of previous semesters along with their

7.07 SMG525.A6

Topic 6 CGPA/RRA status.

Unit A Motivating students to prepare for GATE/CAT/AFCAT/CDS etc.

7.08 SMG525.A7

Topic 7

Unit A Discuss about the possibilities of taking admission in foreign

7.09 SMG525.A8

Topic 8 universities.

Unit A Apprise students about various national level tests such as HAS.

7.10 SMG525.A9

Topic 9 IAS, GRE. etc.

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year V Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year V Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Technology Dept. of Electronics and

Theory & Lab Course Offered b

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code DPG526

2 Course Title Progression Interview by Dean & HOD

3 Credits 0-0-0 (1)

4 Contact Hours

1-0-0 (1)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Interact with students to monitor their progress.

2. Motivate students to improve their performance.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Feel motivated and confident after the interaction.

2. Improve their interview skills.

3. Experience overall development.

7 Outline syllabus: 12 Lecture Hours

7.01 DPG526.A Unit A

Unit A Dean & HOD will interact with all the students of the class.

7.02 DPG526.A1

Topic 1

Unit A The progress of each student will be monitored.

7.03 DPG526.A2

Topic 2

Unit A Dean & HOD will advise the students to improve in certain areas

7.04 DPG526.A3

Topic 3 where they are weak.

They will suggest corrective measures to the students so that their

Unit A

7.05 DPG526.A4 academic performance improves along with personal

Topic 4

development.

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

B. Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

S. Subject Total Classification

Subject Name L T P

No. Code (C) (H) As per BU As per UGC

School Foundation

1 ECG 630 Simulation & Modeling - SE-III 2 0 0 2 2

Elective Elective

Digital Signal Processing - DSC-

2 ECG 631 3 0 1 4 5 Dept Core DSC

IX

3 ECG 632 Computer Organization -DSC- X 3 0 0 3 3 Dept Core DSC

Antenna and Wave Propagation -

4 ECG 633 3 1 1 5 6 Dept Core DSC

DSC - XI

5 ECG 634 VLSI Design -DSC-XII 3 0 0 3 3 Dept Core DSC

Dept

6 ECE 635 DSE-VII 3 0 0 3 3 DSE

Elective

Dept

7 ECE 636 DSE -VIII 3 0 0 3 3 DSE

Elective

Counselling & Negotiating Skills

Univ Interdisc/Generic

8 HMU 168 for Managers- UE (H&M)-III GE- 2 0 0 2 2

Elective Elective

III

Essential

9 SPG 637 Technical Seminar -SEC -VIII 1 0 0 1 1 SEC

Comp

Essential

10 SMG 638 Student Mentoring & Counselling 0 0 0.5 1 1 Foundation Core

Comp

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

School Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Elective

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by

Technology Communication Engineering

1 Course Code EEG 630

2 Course Title Simulation & Modeling - SE-III

3 Credits 2

Contact Hours (L-

4 2 (2-0-0)

T-P)

5 Course Objective To learn various simulation and modelling techniques.

6 Course Outcomes Will learn model development and simulation techniques.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

EEG 630.A Unit A INTRODUCTION

Unit A Review of C++

7.01 EEG630.A1

Topic 1

Unit A Principles of modeling, physical, mathematical, static and dynamic

7.02 EEG630.A2

Topic 2 models;

EEG630.B Unit B MODEL DEVELOPMENT

Unit B Model development, parameter estimation, validation of model ;

7.03 EEG630.B1

Topic 1

EEG630.C Unit C SIMULATION AND MODELLING

Unit C Nature of simulation, techniques of simulation,

7.04 EEG630.C1

Topic 1

Unit C discrete and continuous system simulation, parallel and distributed

7.05 EEG630.C2

Topic 2 simulation, simulation of queuing and inventory system

Unit C Methods of random number generation,

7.06 EEG630.C3

Topic 3

Unit C Monto-Carlo simulation, spread sheet simulation,

7.07 EEG630.C4

Topic 4

Unit C Numerical computation techniques for continuous and discrete

7.08 EEG630.C5 models;

Topic 5

Unit C Modeling of intake, channel, desilting tank, forebay tank, penstock;

7.09 EEG630.C6

Topic 6

Unit C Modeling of electro mechanical equipment;

7.10 EEG630.C7

Topic 6

Unit C Introduction of simulation language and package.

7.11 EEG630.C8

Topic 7

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Kundur, P., “Power System Stability and Control”, McGraw-Hill Inc.

9.1 Text book 2. Laffore, R., “Turbo C++”, Galgotia Publication.

3. Hubbard, J.R., “Programming with C++”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.

1. Deo, N., “System Simulation with Digital Computer”, Prentice Hall

2. Severance, F.L., “System Modelling and Simulation-An introduction”, John Wiley

Supplementary

9.2 and Sons.

Reference(s)

3. Law, A.M., “Simulation Modelling and Analysis”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing

Company.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and

10

Methods Task

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory & Practical Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 631

2 Course Title Digital Signal Processing - DSC-IX

3 Credits 4

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 5 (3-0-1)

P)

1. To introduce signals, systems, time and frequency domain concepts and the associated

mathematical tools that are fundamental to all DSP techniques.

Course 2. To provide a thorough understanding and working knowledge of design, implementation,

5

Objectives analysis and comparison of digital filters for processing of discrete time signals.

3. To study various sampling techniques and different types of filters and will also

understand Basic principles of Estimation Theory.

1. To impart the knowledge about continuous and discrete time signals.

2. To create an understanding of Fourier Transform, Cosine Transform, Haar Transform.

3. To examine the process of Quantization and the effects of finite Register Length.

4. To outline the concepts of decimation, interpolation, power spectrum estimation.

5. To determine and implement the appropriate type of design method for FIR filter (eg.

windowing method).

6. To know different types of IIR filter structures and their implementations (such as direct

Course form I, direct form II, cascade of second order systems, parallel form implementations,

6

Outcomes etc.).

7. To implement DFTs using Fast Fourier Transforms.

8. To understand the definitions of and the differences between physical and computational

resolution.

9. To understand and implement DFTs on long data sets such as speech signals and images.

10. To use FFTs for efficient implementation of linear convolution

11. To excel in fields such as speech processing, audio signal processing, digital image

processing , video and audio compression

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECG 631.A Unit A Introduction to DSP & Discrete time Signal and Systems.

Unit A Topic Basic elements of DSP system, Advantages and disadvantage of DSP over

7.01 ECG 631.A1

1 analog processing, Application of Digital signal processing.

Unit A Topic Classification of signals and Discrete –time Systems

7.02 ECG 631.A2

2

Unit A Topic Discrete–time signal analysis and linear systems.

7.03 ECG 631.A3

3

Unit A Topic Operation on signals. Discrete-time signals and systems, Singularities function.

7.04 ECG 631.A4

4

Unit A Topic Analysis of discrete-time linear shift-invariant systems, Linearity, Causality

7.05 ECG 631.A5

5 and stability criterion.

Unit A Topic Impulse Response, Convolution: Linear and circular convolution, Properties of

7.06 ECG 631.A6

6 convolutions.

ECG 631.B Unit B Z-Transform

Unit B Topic Introduction to the z-transform & the inverse z-transform, Methods for inverse

7.07 ECG 631.B1

1 z- transform.

Unit B Topic Properties of the z-transform (proof), Relationship between the Fourier

7.08 ECG 631.B2

2

Course Scheme & Syllabus transform and the z-transform. III Year VI Semester

Unit B Topic ROC and Properties of ROC for z- transform, Rational z-transforms & the

7.09 ECG 631.B3

3 system function.

ECG 631.C Unit C Discrete-time Fourier transform & Discrete Fourier transform

Unit C Topic Frequency Analysis of Discrete time Aperiodic Signal (DTFT), Symmetry

7.10 ECG 631.C1

1 Properties of the DTFT, and Condition for Existence of DTFT.

Unit C Topic The frequency response of an LTI discrete-time system. Relation between

7.11 ECG 631.C2

2 DTFT and z-transform.

Unit C Topic Frequency domain sampling and the DFT, Properties of the DFT, Relation

7.12 ECG 631.C3

3 between DFT and z-transform.

Unit C Topic Efficient computation of the DFT: Decimation-in-time and decimation-

7.13 ECG 631.C4

4 infrequency, fast Fourier transform algorithms

ECG 631.D Unit D Implementation of Discrete time system

Unit D Topic Structures for realization of discrete time system.

7.14 ECG 631.D1

1

Unit D Topic Direct form, cascade form, parallel form and lattice form structures for FIR and

7.15 ECG 631.D2

2 IIR systems

Unit D Topic Representation of numbers, Quantization of filter coefficients.

7.16 ECG 631.D3

3

ECG 631.E Unit E Design of digital filters

General considerations, Review of analog filter design, Design of IIR digital

Unit E Topic

7.17 ECG 631.E1 filters: IIR digital filter design using the impulse invariance method and the

1

bilinear transformation method.

Unit E Topic Design of linear phase FIR digital filters: FIR digital filter design using the

7.18 ECG 631.E2

2 windows method and the frequency-sampling method.

Unit E Topic Analog and digital domain frequency transformation.

7.19 ECG 631.E3

3

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 10 (2 times)

Quiz/surprise test

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms and Applications by John G. Proakis & Dimitris G. Manolakis; Pearson

Education.

9.1 Text book

2. Digital Signal Processing by Sanjit K. Mitra; Tata McGraw Hill Publication

1. Digital Signal Processing by Alan V. Oppenheim & Ronald W. Schafer; PHI Publication

Supplementary 2. Theory & Application of Digital Signal Processing by Rabiner & Gold; PHI Publication.

9.2

Reference(s) 3. Digital signal Processing : Salivahanan, Vallavaraj, and Gananpriya; TMH.

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VII Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

School of Engineering and Dept. of Computer Science and

Theory Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 632

2 Course Title Computer Organization-DSC-X

3 Credits 3

4 Contact Hours (L-T-P) 3 (3-0-0)

1. This course provides a discussion of the fundamentals of computer

organization (physical design) and architecture (logical design) and

relates this to contemporary design issues. This study will cover basic

5 Course Objectives computer evolution, CPU basics, control unit, memory & I/O organization

and parallel multiprocessor organization.

2. Besides emphasizing the fundamental concepts, the course will discuss

the critical role of performance in driving computer design.

On successful completion of this course the student should be able to:

1. Describe computer architecture and organization, computer

6 Course Outcome arithmetic, and CPU design.

2. Describe I/O system and interconnection structures of computer.

3. Identify high performance architecture design.

7 Outline syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours

7.01 ECG 740 Unit A Introduction and Computer Evolution

ECG 740 Unit A Topic Brief history of computers, designing for performance, Von Neumann

7.02

1 and, components, interconnection structure and bus organization.

ECG 740 Computer Arithmetic: Number System, Complements, fixed and

Unit A Topic

7.03 floating point numbers, Booths algorithm for Multiplication and its

2

hardware implementation, Division algorithm.

7.04 ECG 740 Unit B Instruction Sets

ECG 740 Machine instruction cycle or stages and characteristics, types of

Unit B Topic

7.05 operands and operations. Addressing modes, Instruction formats and

1

types, Processor and Register organization, Intel `8086 as example.

ECG 740 Unit B Topic Control Unit: Micro-operations, Control signals. Control Unit

7.06

2 Implementation: Hardwired control and Micro-programmed control

ECG 740 Memory Organization: Characteristics of memory systems, internal &

Unit B Topic external memory, types of memories: ROM and its sub types, RAM

7.07

3 and its sub types. Secondary storage: magnetic disk, tape, DAT, RAID,

optical memory, CDROM, DVD.

7.08 ECG 740 Unit C Cache Organization

ECG 740 High speed memories: cache memory, organization and Mapping

Unit C Topic

7.09 techniques, cache coherence, Virtual memory, Paging and Replacement

1

algorithms, Segmentation.

ECG 740 I/O systems: programmed I/O, interrupt driven I/O, 8086 interrupt

Unit C Topic structure, Direct memory access (DMA), PCI, SCSI, USB ports.

7.10

2 Working mechanisms of peripherals: keyboard, mouse, scanners, video

displays, touch screen panel, dot matrix, desk-jet and laser printers.

7.11 ECG 740 Unit D Pipelining and Parallel Processing

ECG 740 Unit D Topic Instruction level pipelining, Multiple processor organizations (Flynn’s

7.12

1 classifications for parallel processing).

ECG 740 Unit D Topic Closely and Loosely coupled multiprocessors systems, RISC vs. CISC

7.13

2 architecture.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

Assessment

Student Seminar

8.11 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 students)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

Extempore/

8.13 10(1/student)

Presentation

Quiz/surprise

8.14 10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. W. Stallings, “Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for

performance”, 6th edition, Prentice Hall of India, 2003, ISBN 81-203-2962-7.

2. M. Morris Mano,” Computer System Architecture”, 3rd edition, Pearson

Publications, 2007.

9.1 Text book

3. Nicholas P Carter, “Computer Architecture and Organization”, 2nd edition, MC

Graw.

4. V. Rajaraman, T. Radhakrishnan, “Computer Organization and Architecture”, PHI,

Learning Private Limited.

1. Carl Hamacher, Zvonko Vranesic, Safwat Zaky, “Computer

Organization”, 5th Edition,

Tata Mc Graw Hill.

Supplementary 2. John P. Hays, “Computer Architecture and Organization”, 3rd

9.2

Reference(s) edition, Tata McGraw- Hill.

3. Yu-Cheng Liu, Glenn A. Gibson, “Microcomputer Systems:

The 8086/8088 Family: Architecture, Programming and Design”, 2nd edition, PHI

Learning Private Limited.

Pedagogical

10 Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task.

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dept. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 636

2 Course Title Antenna and Wave Propagation –DSE-XI

3 Credits 5

Contact Hours

4 6 (3-1-1)

(L-T-P)

• To study radiation from a current element.

• To study antenna arrays

• To study aperture antennas

Course • To learn special antennas such as frequency independent and broad band

5

Objectives antennas.

• To study radio wave propagation.

After learning the course the students should be able to - Understand the working

principal and construction of the measuring instruments and recorders. - Measure

6 Course Outcomes

various electrical and physical quantities and parameters using meters and

transducers. - Calibrate the measuring devices such as meters and transducers

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

Unit A Antennas Basics

7.1 ECE 636.Unit A

ECE 636.Unit A Unit A Topic Introduction, Basic Antenna Parameters, Patterns, Beam Area (or Beam

1 Solid Angle) ΩA, Radiation Intensity, Beam Efficiency, Directivity D

7.2

and Gain G, Directivity and Resolution, Antenna Apertures, Effective

Height,

ECE 636.Unit A Unit A Topic The radio Communication link, Fields from Oscillating Dipole, Single-

7.3

2 to-Noise Ratio(SNR),

ECE 636.Unit A Unit A Topic Antenna Temperature, Antenna Impedance, Retarded Potential, Far

7.4 3 Field due to an alternating current element, Power radiated by a current

element, Field variation due to sinusoidal current distribution.

ECE 636.Unit A Unit B Point Sources and Their Arrays

7.5

ECE 636.Unit A Unit B Topic Point Sources and Their Arrays

1 Introduction, Point Source ,Power Theorem and its Application to an

Isotropic Source, Radiation Intensity, Arrays of Two Isotropic Point

Sources, Nonisotropic but Similar Point Sources and the Principle of

7.6

Pattern Multiplication, Pattern Synthesis by Pattern Multiplication,

Linear Arrays of n Isotropic Point Sources of Equal Amplitude and

Spacing, Linear Broadside Arrays with Nonuniform

Amplitude Distributions. General Considerations.

ECE 636.Unit A Unit B Topic Electric Dipoles, Thin Liner Antennas and Arrays of Dipoles and

2 Apertures:The Short Electric Dipole, The Fields of a Short Dipole,

Radiation Resistance of Short Electric Dipole, Thin Linear Antenna,

7.7

Radiation Resistance of λ/2 Antenna, Array of Two Driven λ/2

Elements: Broadside Case and End-Fire Case, Horizontal Antennas

Course Scheme & Syllabus Above a Plane Ground, Vertical Antennas Above a Plane

III Year Ground, Yagi-

VI Semester

Uda Antenna Design, Long-Wire Antennas, folded Dipole Antennas.

ECE 636.Unit A Unit B Topic The Loop Antenna. Design and its Characteristic Properties,

3 Application of Loop

7.8 Antennas, Far Field Patterns of Circular Loop Antennas with Uniform

Current, Slot Antennas, Horn Antennas

Helical Antennas, The Log-Periodic Antenna, Micro strip Antennas

7.9 ECE 636.Unit A Unit C Reflector Antennas

ECE 636.Unit A Unit C Topic Flat Sheet Reflectors, Corner Reflectors, The Parabola-General

1 Properties, A comparison Between Parabolic and Corner Reflectors,

The Paraboloidal Reflector, Patterns of Large Circular Apertures with

Uniform Illumination

7.10 Reflector Types(summarized), Feed Methods for Parabolic

Reflectors,

Antenna Measurements:Introduction, Antenna Measurement ranges,

Radiation pattern Measurements, Gain and Directivity Measurements,

Spectrum Analyzer

7.11 ECE 636.Unit A Unit D Wave Propagation

ECE 636.Unit A Unit D Topic Ground Wave Propagation:Plane Earth Reflection, Space Wave and

7.12

1 Surface Wave,

ECE 636.Unit A Unit D Topic Space Wave Propagation:Introduction, Field Strength Relation,

2 Effects of Imperfect Earth, Effects of Curvature of Earth,

Sky wave Propagation:Introduction structural Details of the

7.13 ionosphere, Wave Propagation Mechanism, Refraction and Reflection of

Sky Waves by ionosphere, Ray Path, Critical Frequency, MUF, LUF,

OF, Virtual Height and Skip Distance, Relation Between MUF and the

Skip Distance, Multi-Hop Propagation, Wave Characteristics

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) +

80 ( 2 MTEs) 50 (2PTE)

Practical

8.21 MTE-I (T+P) 40+25

8.22 MTE-II (T+P) 40 +25

8.3 ETE (Theory) + P 80+50

9 References

1. John D Krauss, Ronald J Marhefka and Ahmad S. Khan,”Antennas and Wave Propagation”,

9.1 Text book

Fourth Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 2010 Special Indian Edition.

Supplementary

9.2

Reference(s) 1. Antenna Theory analysis and design-Costantine A. Balanis, John Wiley publication

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 634

2 Course Title VLSI Design -DSC-XII

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 3 (3-0-0)

(L-T-P)

To understand the concepts of MOS transistors operations and their AC , DC

characteristics. To know the fabrication process of cmos technology and its layout design

Course

5 rules To understand the latch up problem in cmos circuits. To study the concepts of cmos

Objectives

invertors and their sizing methods To know the concepts of power estimation and delay

calculations in cmos circuits.

1. Be able to use mathematical methods and circuit analysis models in analysis of CMOS

digital electronics circuits, including logic components and their interconnect. 2. Be able to

create models of moderately sized CMOS circuits that realize specified digital functions. 3.

6 Course Outcomes

Be able to apply CMOS technology-specific layout rules in the placement and routing of

transistors and interconnect, and to verify the functionality, timing, power, and parasitic

effects.

7 Outline Syllabus: 34 Lecture Hours;

7.14 ECG634.Unit A Unit A INTRODUCTION

ECG634.Unit A Unit 1 Topic 1 Introduction to IC Technology – MOS, PMOS, NMOS, CMOS & BiCMOS

technologies- Oxidation, Lithography, Diffusion, Ion implantation,

7.15

Metallisation, Encapsulation, Probe testing, Integrated Resistors and

Capacitors.

7.16 ECG634.Unit B Unit B BASIC ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES

ECG634.Unit B Unit B Topic 1 Basic Electrical Properties of MOS and BiCMOS Circuits: Ids-

7.17 Vds relationships, MOS transistor threshold Voltage, gm, gds, figure of

merit.

ECG634.Unit B Unit B Topic 2 Pass transistor, NMOS Inverter, Various pull ups, CMOS Inverter analysis

7.18

and design, Bi-CMOS Inverters.

7.19 ECG634.Unit C Unit C VLSI CIRCUIT DESIGN PROCESSES

ECG634.Unit C Unit C Topic 1 VLSI Design Flow, MOS Layers, Stick Diagrams, Design Rules

7.20

and Layout, 2 m CMOS Design rules for wires.

ECG634.Unit C Unit C Topic 2 Contacts and Transistors Layout Diagrams for NMOS and CMOS Inverters

7.21

and Gates, Scaling of MOS circuits, Limitations of Scaling.

7.22 ECG634.Unit D Unit D GATE LEVEL DESIGN

ECG634.Unit D Unit D Topic Logic Gates and Other complex gates, Switch logic, Alternate gate circuits.

7.23

1

ECG634.Unit D Unit D Topic Basic circuit concepts, Sheet Resistance RS and its concept to MOS, Area

7.24

2 Capacitance Units, Calculations.

ECG634.Unit D Unit D Topic Delays, Driving large Capacitive Loads, Wiring Capacitances, Fan-in and

7.25

3 fan-out, Choice of layers.

7.26 ECG634.Unit E Unit E SUBSYSTEM DESIGN

7.27 ECG634.Unit E Unit E Topic 1 Subsystem Design, Shifters, Adders, ALUs, Multipliers.

7.28 ECG634.Unit E Unit E Topic 2 Parity generators, Comparators, Zero/One Detectors.

7.29 ECG634.Unit E Unit E Topic 3 Counters, High Density Memory Elements.

7.30 ECG634.Unit F Unit F SEMICONDUCTOR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN

7.31 ECG634.Unit F Unit F Topic 1 PLAs, FPGAs, CPLDs, Standard Cells.

7.32 ECG634.Unit F Unit F Topic 2 Programmable Array Logic, Design Approach.

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

7.33 ECG634.Unit G Unit G VHDL SYNTHESIS

ECG634.Unit G Unit G Topic VHDL Synthesis.

7.34

1

ECG634.Unit G Unit G Topic Circuit Design Flow, Circuit Synthesis, Simulation, Layout.

7.35

2

ECG634.Unit G Unit G Topic Design capture tools, Design Verification Tools, Test Principles.

7.36

3

7.37 ECG634.Unit H Unit H CMOS TESTING

ECG634.Unit H Unit H Topic CMOS Testing, Need for testing, Test Principles.

7.38

1

ECG634.Unit H Unit H Topic Design Strategies for test, Chip level Test Techniques.

7.39

2

ECG634.Unit H Unit H Topic System-level Test Techniques, Layout Design for improved Testability.

7.40

3

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Essentials of VLSI circuits and systems – Kamran Eshraghian, Eshraghian Dougles

and A. Pucknell, PHI, 2005 Edition.

9.1 Text book

2. Principles of CMOS VLSI Design - Weste and Eshraghian, Pearson Education, 1999.

2. Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems - John .P. Uyemura, JohnWiley, 2003.

Supplementary 3. Digital Integrated Circuits - John M. Rabaey, PHI, EEE, 1997.

9.2

Reference(s) 4. Modern VLSI Design - Wayne Wolf, Pearson Education, 3rd Edition, 1997.

5. VLSI Technology – S.M. SZE, 2nd Edition, TMH, 2003.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech.(ECE) III Year (VI Semester)

UGC CBCS: DSE

Dept. Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 635

2 Course Title Information Theory & Coding -DSE-VII

3 Credits 3

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3 (3-0-0)

P)

The aims of this course are to introduce the principles and applications of information theory.

The course will study how information is measured in terms of probability and entropy, and

the relationships among conditional and joint entropies; how these are used to calculate the

Course

5 capacity of a communication channel, with and without noise; coding schemes, including

Objectives

error correcting codes; how discrete channels and measures of information generalize to their

continuous forms; the Fourier perspective; and extensions to wavelets, complexity,

compression, and efficient coding of audio-visual information.

At the end of the course students should be able to

Calculate the information content of a random variable from its probability

distribution.

Course Relate the joint, conditional, and marginal entropies of variables in terms of their

6

Outcomes coupled probabilities.

Define channel capacities and properties using Shannon’s Theorems.

Construct efficient codes for data on imperfect communication channels.

Generalize the discrete concepts to continuous signals on continuous channels.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECE 635.A Unit A Measures of information and Channel Capacity

Entropy, Relative Entropy And Mutual Information. Basic Inequalities Jensen

Unit A Topic

7.01 ECE 635.A1 Inequality And Its Physical Application, Log-Sum Inequality And Its Physical

1

Application.

Fano Inequality And Its Physical Application, Data Processing Theorem And

Unit A Topic

7.02 ECE 635.A2 Its Physical Application, Consequences Of The Inequalities In The Field Of

2

Information Theory.

ECE 635.B Unit B Entropy Rate And Channel Capacity

Unit B Topic Stationary Markov Sources: Entropy Rate And Data Compression.

7.03 ECE 635.B1

1

Definition Of Capacity And Its Computation Of Discrete Memory Less

Unit B Topic

7.04 ECE 635.B2 Channels (BNC, BSC, BEC, Cascaded Channels, Noiseless Channels, Noisy

2

Typewriter).

Unit B Topic The Channel Coding Theorem And The Physical Significance Of Capacity.

7.05 ECE 635.B3

3

ECE 635.C Unit C Data Compression By Fixed-To-Variable-Length Codes

Unit C Topic Unique Decodability And The Prefix Condition.

7.07 ECE 635.C1

1

Unit C Topic Kraft Inequality, Relationship Of Average Codeword Length To Source

7.08 ECE 635.C2

2 Entropy.

Unit C Topic Examples Of Coding Techniques: Huffman, Shannon-Fano-Elias, Lempel-Ziv,

7.09 ECE 635.C3

3 Universal.

ECE 635.D Unit D Design Of Linear Block Codes

Course Scheme

7.10 & Syllabus

ECE 635.D1 Unit D Topic Introduction Of Linear Block Codes, Syndrome III Year

And VI Semester

Error Detection,

1 Minimum Distance Of A Block Code.

Unit D Topic Error Detecting And Error Correcting Capability Of A Block Code, Design Of

7.11 ECE 635.D2

2 Encoder And Syndrome Decoder For Linear Block Codes.

ECE 635.E Unit E Design Of Cyclic Codes

Unit E Topic Description Cyclic Codes, Generator And Parity Check Matrices Of Cyclic

7.12 ECE 635.E1

1 Codes, Encoding Of Cyclic Codes.

Unit E Topic Syndrome Computation And Error Detection, Decoding Of Cyclic Codes,

7.13 ECE 635.E2

2 Cyclic Hamming Codes.

ECE 635.F Unit F Convolutional Codes

Unit F Topic Encoding Of Convolutional Codes, Structural Properties Of Convolutional

7.14 ECE 635.F1

1 Codes.

Unit F Topic Distance Properties Of Convolutional Codes, Design Of Encoder And Decoder

7.15 ECE 635.F2

2 For Convolutional Codes.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. T.M. Cover and J.A. Thomas, Elements of Information Theory, John Wiley

9.1 Text book (1991).

2. Shu Lin, Daniel J. Costello, Jr., Error Control Coding(2005)

1. R.G. Gallager, Information Theory and Reliable Communication, Wiley

Supplementary (1968).for Discrete Memoryless Systems, Academic Press (1981).

9.2

Reference(s) 2. R.J. McEliece, The Theory of Information and Coding, Addison-Wesley

(1977).

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

School of Engineering and Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by

Technology Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 636

2 Course Title Satellite Communications-DSE-VIII

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours

4 3 (3-0-0)

(L-T-P)

The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of different

concepts used in a satellite communication system. It will explain the tools

Course

5

Objectives

necessary for the calculation of basic parameters in a satellite communication

system.

12. The course will cover every aspects of satellite communication like orbital

Course mechanics, launching techniques, satellite link design, earth station technology

6

Outcomes and different access system towards a satellite.

13. Different applications of satellite communication will be discussed at the end.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

INTRODUCTION TO SATELLITES AND THEIR

ECG 636.A Unit A

APPLICATIONS

Introduction, Evolution of Satellites & Launch Vehicles

7.01 ECG636.A1 Unit A Topic 1

7.02 ECG636.A2 Unit A Topic 2 Future Trends-Types of Satellites

7.03 ECG636.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Applications of Satellites

ECG 636.B Unit B SATELLITE ORBITS & TRAJECTORIES

Orbital Satellites

7.06 ECG 636.B1 Unit B Topic 1

Satellite Parameters, Satellite Trajectories

7.07 ECG 636.B2 Unit B Topic 2

7.08 ECG 636.B3 Unit B Topic 3 Types of Satellite Orbits

ECG 636.C Unit C SATELLITE LAUNCH AND IN-ORBIT OPERATIONS

Acquiring orbit,

7.09 ECG 636.C1 Unit C Topic 1 Launch Sequence,

7.10 ECG 636.C2 Unit C Topic 2 Satellite Stabilization, Orbital Effects, Eclipse

7.11 ECG 636.C3 Unit C Topic 3 Look Angles, Earth Coverage & Ground tracks.

ECG 636.D Unit D SATELLITE HARDWARE

Satellite Subsystems, Mechanical Structure, Propulsion

7.12 ECG 636.D1 Unit D Topic 1

subsystem

Thermal control, Power Supply subsystem, Attitude & Orbit

7.13 ECG 636.D2 Unit D Topic 2

Control, Tracking

Telemetry & Command subsystem, Space Qualification &

7.14 ECG 636.D3 Unit D Topic 3

Reliability.

ECG 636.E Unit E SATELLITE LINK DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

7.15 ECG 636.E1 Unit E Topic 1 Transmission Equation, Satellite Link Parameters

7.16 ECG 636.E2 Unit E Topic 2 Frequency Considerations, Propagation Considerations

7.17 ECG 636.E3 Unit E Topic 3 Noise Considerations, Interference problems, Link Design

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

ECG 636.F Unit F EARTH STATION

7.18 ECG 636.F1 Unit F Topic 1 Introduction, Types of Earth Station, Architecture

7.19 ECG 636.F2 Unit F Topic 2 Design Considerations, Testing, Hardware

7.20 ECG 636.F3 Unit F Topic 3 Satellite Tracking, Some Representative Earth Stations.

ECG 636.G Unit G COMMUNICATION SATELLITES

Introduction, Application of Satellites, Frequency Bands,

7.21 ECG 636.G1 Unit G Topic 1

Payloads

Satellite vs. Terrestrial Networks, Satellite Telephony,

7.22 ECG 636.G2 Unit G Topic 2

Television, Radio, Data Communication services, VSAT,

Applications: Remote Sensing, Weather Forecasting,

7.23 ECG 636.G3 Unit G Topic 3

Navigation Satellites, Scientific Satellites, Military Satellites

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1.Anil K Maini, Varsha Agrawal, “Satellite Communications”, Wiley India, Pvt. Ltd.

2. Charles Bostian, Timothy Pratt, Jeremy Allnutt, “Satellite Communications 2

9.1 Text book

Edition”,Wiley India Pvt Ltd.

2.Gerard Maral, Michel Bousquet, “Satellite Communications Systems: Systems,

Supplementary Techniques and Technology” 4th ed., Wiley, John & Sons, (2002).

9.2

Reference(s) 3.Dennis Roddy, “Satellite Communications 4th Edition”, Tata McGraw - Hill

Education (2006)

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Univ. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: Open Elective

Dept. Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 636

2 Course Title Computer Networks (DSE VIII)

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours (L-

4 3 (3-0-0)

T-P)

This course provides knowledge about computer network related hardware and

5 Course Objective

software using a layered architecture

6 Course Outcomes Will learn about computer networks and different layers of different models.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

ECE636.A Unit A INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKS

Unit A Data Communication System and its components, Data Flow,

7.01 ECE636.A1

Topic 1 Computer network and its goals.

Unit A Types of computer networks: LAN, MAN, WAN, Wireless and

7.02 ECE636.A2

Topic 2 wired networks, broadcast and point to point networks.

Unit A Network topologies, Network software: concept of layers,

7.03 ECE636.A3

Topic 3 protocols, interfaces and services.

Unit A ISO-OSI reference model, TCP/IP reference model.

7.04 ECE636.A4

Topic 4

ECE636.B Unit B PHYSICAL LAYER

Unit B Concept of Analog & Digital Signal, Bandwidth, Transmission

7.05 ECE636.B1

Topic 1 Impairments: Attenuation, Distortion, Noise,

Unit B Data rate limits :Nyquist formula, Shannon Formula,

7.06 ECE636.B2

Topic 2

Unit B Multiplexing Frequency Division, Time Division, Wavelength

7.07 ECE636.B3

Topic 3 Division,

Unit B Introduction to Transmission Media: Twisted pair, Coaxial cable,

7.08 ECE636.B4

Topic 4 Fiber optics, Wireless transmission (radio, microwave, infrared),

Unit B Switching: Circuit Switching, Message Switching, Packet

7.09 ECE636.B5

Topic 5 Switching & their comparisons.

ECE636.C Unit C DATA LINK LAYER

Unit C Design issues, Framing, Error detection and correction codes:

7.10 ECE636.C1

Topic 1 checksum, CRC, hamming code.

Unit C Data link protocols for noisy and noiseless channels.

7.11 ECE636.C2

Topic 2

Unit C Sliding Window Protocols: Stop & Wait ARQ, Go-back-N ARQ,

7.12 ECE636.C3

Topic 3 Selective repeat ARQ.

Unit C Data link protocols: HDLC and PPP.

7.13 ECE636.C4

Topic 4

ECE636.D Unit D MEDIUM ACCESS SUB-LAYER

Unit D Static and dynamic channel allocation.

7.14 ECE636.D1

Topic 1

Unit D Random Access: ALOHA, CSMA protocols.

7.15 ECE636.D2

Topic 2

Course Scheme & Syllabus III Year VI Semester

Controlled Access: Polling, Token Passing, IEEE 802.3 frame

Unit D

7.16 ECE636.D3 format,UNIVERSITY

BAHRA Ethernet cabling, Manchester encoding, collision detection

Topic 3

School ofin 802.3, Binary

Engineering andexponential

Technology back off algorithm

Department of Electronics

NETWORKand Communication

LAYER Engineering

ECE636.E Unit E

7.17 ECE636.E1

Topic 1

Unit E Routing algorithms: distance vector and link state routing.

7.18 ECE636.E2

Topic 2

Unit E Congestion control: Principles of Congestion Control, Congestion

7.19 ECE636.E3 prevention policies, Leaky bucket and token bucket algorithms

Topic 3

TRANSPORT LAYER

ECE636.F Unit F

Unit F

7.20 ECE636.F1 establishment and release, flow control and buffering, multiplexing

Topic 1

and de-multiplexing, crash recovery.

Unit F Introduction to TCP/UDP protocols and their comparison.

7.21 ECE636.F2

Topic 2

APPLICATION LAYER

ECE636.G Unit G

Unit G World Wide Web (WWW), Domain Name System (DNS), E-mail,

7.22 ECE636.G1 File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Introduction to Network security

Topic 1

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Computer Networks, 4th Edition, Pearson Education by Andrew S.

Tanenbaum

9.1 Text book

2. Data Communication & Networking, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill. By

Behrouz A. Forouzan.

1. Computer Networking, 3rd Edition, Pearson Education by James F. Kurose

Supplementary and Keith W. Ross

9.2

Reference(s) 2. Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume-I, Prentice Hall, India by Douglas E.

Comer

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and

10

Methods Task

Univ. Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: Interdisc/Generic Elective

Theory Course Offered by School of Management School of Management

1 Course Code HMU 168 (UE C&PD-II)

2 Course Title COUNSELLING AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS FOR MANAGERS

3 Credits 2-0-0 (2)

4 Contact Hrs (L-T-P) 2-0-0 (2)

5 Course Objectives 2. To understand the importance of negotiation in today’s cut throat competition.

3. To identify the benefits of negotiation and how to overcome the bargaining.

4. Developing necessary skills to create a win-win approach in bargaining.

1. On successful completion of this course, students will be able to understand the importance of

counselling and negotiation.

2. He should be able to identify the opportunities to negotiate and create a winning habit.

6 Course Outcomes

3. How negotiation would bring in the benefits and what should be the limit so that it should not

be at the cost of other’s loss.

7.01 HMU 168.A COUNSELLING

7.02 HMU 168.A1 Unit A Define counseling, types of counselling, benefits of counselling.

7.04 HMU 168.B1 Unit B Define Negotiation, negotiation vs bargaining.

7.05 HMU 168.C BARGAINING STRATEGY

Unit C

7.6 HMU 168.C1 Distributive vs integrative bargaining, fixed pie, target point, resistance point.

7.7 HMU 168.D THE NEGOTIATION PROCESS

Stages in negotiation process, individual differences in negotiation process, Third

Unit D

7.8 HMU 168.D1 party negotiation: four basic third party roles, mediator, arbitrator, conciliator and

consultant.

7.9 HMU 168.E Unit E GLOBAL IMPLECATION ON NEGOTIAITON

Unit E Topic Conflict and culture, cultural differences in negotiation.

7.10 HMU 168.E1

1

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40%

8.11 Attendance (Theory) 10% (75-80% 1 mark, 81-85% 2 marks, 86-90% 3 marks, 91-95% 4 marks, 96-100% 10 marks)

8.12 Homework (Theory) 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Quiz (Theory) 10% (2 Better of 3 quiz)

Projects/ Group work

8.14 Not Applicable

/ Lab

Class

8.15

Presentation/Report 10%

Faculty Discretion or

8.15 5%

other suitable means

8.2 20% (Better of 2 MTEs)

MTE (Theory)

8.3 ETE 40%

9 References

Robbins, Stephen P. “Organizational Behaviour” 13th edition, pearson education, New Delhi.

9.1 Text book

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Group Discussion and Task/ Demonstrations

10

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: SEC III Year VI Semester

Theory & Lab Course Offered by

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code SPG 637

2 Course Title Technical Seminar

3 Credits 1-0-0 (1)

4 Contact Hours

1-0-0 (1)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Improve writing and analytical skills of students.

2. Train students how to perform research.

3. Improve communication and technical skills.

4. Improve personality and confidence.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Feel confident with improved language skills.

2. Improve their presentation skills.

3. Gain the knowledge of the research process.

4. Experience the process of presenting in a seminar.

7 Outline syllabus: 12 Lecture Hours

7.01 SPG637.A Unit A

Students will be asked to choose a topic from the given topics, probably the

7.02 SPG637.A1 Unit A Topic 1

latest topics related to Civil Engineering.

7.03 SPG637.A2 Unit A Topic 2 Students will be asked to prepare a presentation on the said topic in detail.

Seminar will be delivered by each student during the semester in presence of

7.04 SPG637.A3 Unit A Topic 3

all students and faculty.

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

B. Tech. (ECE) Essential Component III Year VI Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Technology Dept. of Electronics and

Practical Course Offered by

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code SMG 638

2 Course Title Student Mentoring & Counselling

3 Credits (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

1 (0-0-0.5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to someone impartial, so you

are free to explore your true feelings and be supported without judgment. Because

everyone is different, a counsellor does not simply dish out advice – the discussions

in counselling are aimed at helping you understand what is going on for you and what

would help you best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for faculty members who seek

to improve their effectiveness as mentors. Students and their mentors share

responsibility for ensuring productive and rewarding mentoring relationships. Both

parties have a role to play in the success of mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.01 SMG 638.A Unit A

7.02 SMG 638.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Being transparent about expectations from students.

7.03 SMG 638.A2 Unit A Topic 2 Ease their transition from familiar environment to the new unaccustomed surroundings.

Assist in their changeover and interaction with new people without feeling the pressure

7.04 SMG 638.A3 Unit A Topic 3

of being judged by peers.

7.05 SMG 638.A4 Unit A Topic 4 Aid in understanding the new study style and teaching methods.

7.06 SMG 638.A5 Unit A Topic 5 Facilitate understanding the new-found independence.

7.07 SMG 638.A6 Unit A Topic 6 Pushing them to find new creative outlets and exploring new fields.

7.08 SMG 638.A7 Unit A Topic 7 Disperse their fear of being judged by peers.

7.09 SMG 638.A8 Unit A Topic 8 Motivating students to have faith in themselves & their ideas.

7.10 SMG 638.A9 Unit A Topic 9 Give full attention to students when they are talking to you.

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P As per

No. Code (C) (H) As per BU

UGC

ECG Optical Communication Systems -DSC-

1 2 0 1 3 4 Dept Core DSC

739 XIII

ECG

2 Computer Organization -DSC-XIV 2 1 0 3 3 Dept Core DSC

740

ECG

3 Embedded System- DSC-XV 3 0 1 4 5 Dept Core DSC

741

ECE

4 DSE-IX 3 0 0 3 3 Dept Elective DSE

742

Open

5 OPU UE (Open) - IV 2 0 0 2 2 Univ Elective

Elective

Interdisc/

HMU Leadership & Entrepreneurship - UE

6 2 0 0 2 2 Univ Elective Generic

169 (H&M)-IV GE-IV

Elective

MNG

7 Minor Project - SEC-IX 0 0 0 4 4 Essential Comp SEC

743

FTG

8 Industrial Training -II* SEC-X 0 0 0 2 0 Essential Comp SEC

744

SMG Foundatio

9 Student Mentoring & Counselling 0 0 0.5 0.5 1 Essential Comp

745 n Core

* From preceding Summer Credits= 21.5 Hours = 24

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core

B. Tech. (ECE) IV Year VII Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory and Practical Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 739-DSC-XIII

2 Course Title Optical Communication Systems

3 Credits 5

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 6 (3-1-1)

P)

Fiber optic communication (FOC) is the most modern form of broadband communication. Since

Course its inception in late sixties the FOC technology has gone through many revolutions. In last two

5

Objectives decades the FOC has seen an unprecedented growth and technological progress. The FOC

technology has opened gates to many modern applications for information technology.

This course is a foundation course on FOC. Starting from very basics of the FOC, the course

discusses the most advanced topics in this area. In modern network terminology the course

discuss the physical layer of a very wideband communication network. In the early part of the

Course

6 course the basic modules of a FOC system like optical fiber, optical transmitters and optical

Outcomes

receivers. The later part of the course discusses the advancements which have been taken place in

this area over last two decades like Erbium doped fiber amplifier, fiber Bragg gratings, WDM

systems, Non-linear effects, etc.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

UNIT A Introduction

Simple ray model, Propagation of Meridional Rays, Dispersion, Different types of

7.1 ECG 739 A 1. Unit A Topic 1.

fibers, Limitations of the Ray-model.

Analysis of cylindrical waveguides, Characteristic Equation (Eigen Value

7.2 ECG 739 A 2. Unit A Topic 2.

Equation), Modes of optical fiber.

Signal distortion, Condition for signal distortion-less transmission, Attenuation on

7.3 ECG 739 A 3. Unit A Topic 3.

Optical Fiber, Radiation or Bending Loss

7.4 ECG 739 A 4. Unit A Topic 4. Dispersion, b-V Diagram, Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD).

Principle of LED - p-n Homojunction, ED Materials - Direct and Indirect Band

7.5 ECG 739 A 5. Unit A Topic 5. Gaps, Double Heterojunctions. Quantum Efficiency, Emission Spectrum, Fiber

Coupling Efficiency, Coupling of LED output to optical fiber.

7.6 ECG 739 A 6. Unit A Topic 6. Basics of stimulated emission, Line Broadening in Lasers

7.7 ECG 739 A 7. Unit A Topic 7. Rate equations for Laser, Various types of Lasers, Noise in a Laser Source.

7.8 UNIT B Optical Components and their analysis

Principal of photodetectors, Photodiode, Know about different sources of noise in

7.9 ECG 739 B 1. Unit B Topic 1.

detectors and the significance of signal to noise ratio.

Shot Noise, Thermal Noise, Signal-to-noise Ratio (SNR), Thermal Noise

7.10 ECG 739 B 2. Unit B Topic 2.

Dominated Receiver, Minimum Average Power.

7.11 ECG 739 B 3. Unit B Topic 3. Design criteria, Power Budget Calculations, Rise Time Budget Calculation.

Degradation during Propagation, Modal Noise, System Degradation due to

7.12 ECG 739 B 4. Unit B Topic 4. Imperfect Components, Extinction Ratio, Relative Intensity Noise (RIN), Timing

Jitter.

Measurements on Fiber Optic Systems, Attenuation (Loss), Dispersion, Cutt-Off

7.13 ECG 739 B 5. Unit B Topic 5.

Wavelength, Laser wavelength and Spectral width, Data Quality.

Asynchronous, Plesiochronous and Synchronous System, Principle of

7.14 ECG 739 B 6. Unit B Topic 6. SONET/SDH, Frames in SONET, Path overhead, Transport overheads, SONET

Topology.

7.15 UNIT C Optical Networks

Composition of Rare Earth Doped Fiber, Principle of EDFA, Rate Equations,

7.16 ECG 739 C 1. Unit C Topic 1.

Gain.

Electro-Optic Effect, Optical Phase Modulator, ptical Amplitude Modulator,

Mach-Zehnder Interferometer, Extinction Ratio and Chirp in Amplitude

7.17 ECG 739 C 2. Unit C Topic 2.

Modulator, Directional Coupler, Passive Devices, Equal Power Divider, Active

Devices, Optical Cross-Connect, Wavelength Filter or Wavelength Router,

Non-Uniform Fiber Bragg Grating, Narrow Band Filter, Add-Drop Multiplexer,

7.18 ECG 739 C 3. Unit C Topic 3. Dispersion Compensator, Dispersion Compensator, Gain Equalizer, Mode

Converter, Sensor.

WDM Components, Optical Couplers, Optical Couplers, Multiplexers (MUX),

Insertion Loss, Cross Talk and Optical Isolation, Arrayed Waveguide Grating.

7.19 ECG 739 C 4. Unit C Topic 4. OADM, Optical Circulators, Bidirectional OADM using Optical Circulators and

FBG, Optical Cross Connects (OXC, Wavelength Converters, Modulation (XGM),

DWDM Network Topology.

Wavelength Routing, Wavelength Management in a Router, Raman Amplifier,

7.20 ECG 739 C 5. Unit C Topic 5.

Non-Linear Fiber Optics.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE (Theory

80 ( 2 MTEs)+50 (2 PEs)

+ Practical)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

8.4 Laboratory

100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

Component

9 References

9.1 Text book Keiser, Fibre Optic communication, McGraw-Hill, 2nd Ed. 1992.

1. J.E. Midwinter, Optical fibers for transmission, John Wiley, 1979

2. S.E. Miller and A.G. Chynoweth, eds., Optical fibres telecommunications, Academic

Supplementar Press, 1979.

9.2 3. G. Agrawal, Fiberoptic Communication Systems, John Wiley and sons, New York, 1992 .

y Reference(s)

4. G.Agrawal, Nonlinear fibre optics, Academic Press, 2nd Ed. 1994.

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

Course Scheme & Syllabus IV Year VII Semester

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Core

B. Tech. (ECE) IV Year VII Semester

UGC CBCS: DSC

Theory and Practical Course School of Electronics and Communication Dept. of Electronics and

Offered by Engineering Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECG 741

2 Course Title Embedded System- DSC-XV

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours (L-T-

4 4 (2-0-1)

P)

For embedded systems, the course will enable the students to:

Understand the basics of an embedded system

Program an embedded system

5 Course Objectives To learn the method of designing an Embedded System for any type of

applications.

To understand operating systems concepts, types and choosing RTOS.

Design, implement and test an embedded system.

design embedded computer system hardware

design, implement, and debug multi-threaded application software that

operates under real-time constraints on embedded computer systems

use and describe the implementation of a real-time operating system on an

embedded computer system

formulate an embedded computer system design problem incljuding

6 Course Outcomes multiple constraints, create a design that satisfies the constraints,

implement the design in hardware and software, and measure performance

against the design constraints

create computer software and hardware implementations that operate

according to well-known standards

organize and write design documents and project reports

organize and make technical presentations that describe a design.

7 Outline Syllabus: 34 Lecture Hours;

7.1 ECG741.UnitA Unit A Introduction to Embedded Systems

ECG741.Unit A Unit A Topic 1 Definition of Embedded System, Embedded Systems Vs General

7.2

Computing Systems.

ECG741.Unit A Unit A Topic 2 History of Embedded Systems, Classification, Major

7.3

Application Areas.

ECG741.Unit A Unit A Topic 3 Purpose of Embedded Systems, Characteristics and Quality

7.4

Attributes of Embedded Systems.

7.5 ECG741.Unit B Unit B Typical Embedded System

ECG741.Unit B Unit B Topic 1 Core of the Embedded System: General Purpose and Domain

7.6 Specific Processors, ASICs, PLDs, Commercial Off- The-Shelf

Components (COTS).

ECG741.Unit B Unit B Topic 2 Memory: ROM, RAM, Memory according to the type of

7.7 Interface, Memory Shadowing, Memory selection for Embedded

Systems.

ECG741.Unit B Unit B Topic 3 Sensors and Actuators, Communication Interface: Onboard and

7.8

External Communication Interfaces.

7.9 ECG741.Unit C Unit C Embedded Firmware

ECG741.Unit C Unit C Topic 1 Reset Circuit, Brown-out Protection Circuit, Oscillator Unit,

7.10

Real Time Clock, and Watchdog Timer.

ECG741.Unit C Unit C Topic 2 Embedded Firmware Design Approaches and Development

7.11

Languages.

Course Scheme & Syllabus IV Year VII Semester

7.12 ECG741.Unit D Unit D RTOS Based Embedded System Design

7.13 ECG741.Unit D Unit D Topic 1 Operating System Basics, Types of Operating Systems.

ECG741.Unit D Unit D Topic 2 Tasks, Process and Threads, Multiprocessing and Multitasking,

7.14

Task Scheduling.

7.15 ECG741.Unit E Unit E Task Communication

7.16 ECG741.Unit E Unit E Topic 1 Shared Memory, Message Passing.

7.17 ECG741.Unit E Unit E Topic 2 Remote Procedure Call and Sockets.

ECG741.Unit E Unit E Topic 3 Task Synchronization, Task Communication/ Synchronization

7.18

Issues.

7.19 ECG741.Unit E Unit E Topic 4 Task Synchronization Techniques, Device Drivers.

7.20 ECG741.Unit E Unit E Topic 5 How to Choose an RTOS.

8 Course Evaluation: 300 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)+50 (2 PEs)

(Theory)+Practical

8.21 MTE-I (Theory) 40

8.22 MTE-II (Theory) 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

8.4 Laboratory Component 100 (MTE-I Practical =25, MTE-II Practical =25, ETE- Practical =50).

9 References

9.1 Text book 1. Introduction to Embedded Systems – Shibu K.V, Mc Graw Hill.

1. Embedded Systems Raj Kamal, TMH.

Supplementary 2. Embedded System Design – Frank Vahid, Tony Givargis, John Wiley.

9.2

Reference(s) 3. Embedded Systems — Lyla, Pearson, 2013

4. An Embedded Software Primer – David E. Simon, Pearson Education.

9.3 Free Software --------

White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10 Pedagogical Methods

and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) IV Year VII Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

School of Engineering and Dept. of Computer Science and

Theory Course Offered by

Technology Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 742

2 Course Title NEURAL NETWORKS

3 Credits 3

Contact Hours (L-T-

4 3 (3-0-0)

P)

To study Artificial Neural Networks and its Applications in Computer Field

5 Course Objectives

1. To understand the basics of ANN and comparison with Human brain

2. To study about various methods of representing information in ANN

6 Course Outcomes 3. To learn various architectures of building an ANN and its applications

4. To understand the Pattern classification and Pattern Association techniques

ECE 742.A Unit A INTRODUCTION

Unit A Definition of ANN-Biological Neural Networks-Applications of

7.01 ECE 742.A1

Topic 1 ANN-Typical

Architectures-Setting the weights-Common Activation functions-

Unit A

7.02 ECE 742.A2 Development of

Topic 2

Neural Networks-McCulloch-Pitts Neuron

ECE 742.B Unit B SIMPLE NEURAL NETS FOR PATTERN CLASSIFICATION

Unit B General discussion - Hebb net – Perceptron- Adaline -

7.03 ECE 742.B1

Topic 1

Unit B Back propagation neural

7.04 ECE 742.B2

Topic 2 net- Architecture-

Unit B Delta Learning Rule Algorithm-Applications

7.05 ECE 742.B3

Topic 3

ECE 742.C Unit C PATTERN ASSOCIATION

Training Algorithm for Pattern Association-Hetero associative

Unit C memory neural

7.06 ECE 742.C1

Topic 1 network

7.07 ECE 742.C2 Bidirectional

Topic 2

7.08 ECE 742.C3

Topic 3

NEURAL NETS BASED ON COMPETITION

ECE 742.D Unit D

Unit D Fixed Weights Competitve Nets- Kohonen’s Self-Organizing Map –

7.09 ECE 742.D1

Topic 1

Unit D Applications Learning Vector Quantization-

7.10 ECE 742.D2

Topic 2

7.11 ECE 742.D3 Unit D Applications-Counter Propagation Network Applications.

Topic 3

ECE 742.E Unit E ADAPTIVE RESONANCE THEORY AND NEOCOGNITRON

Unit E Topic Motivation – Basic Architecture-

7.12 ECE 742.E1

1

Unit E Basic Operation-ART1-ART2-Architecture

7.13 ECE 742.E2

Topic 2

Algorithm-applications-Analysis

Unit E

7.14 ECE 742.E3 Probabilistic Neural Net-Cascade Correlation Neocognitron:

Topic 3

Architecture—Algorithm-Applications.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

8.1 Internal Assessment 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

8.11 Student Seminar

10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise test 10 (2 times)

8.2 MTE (Theory) 80 ( 2 MTEs)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. LaureneV. Fausett, “Fundamentals of Neural Networks-Architectures,

9.1 Text book

Algorithms and Applications”, Pearson Education, 2011.

1. James. A. Freeman and David.M.Skapura, "Neural Networks Algorithms,

Applications and Programming Techniques ",Pearson Education, Sixth Reprint,

2011.

2. Simon Haykin, "Neural Networks and Learning Methods”, PHI Learning Pvt.

Ltd., 2011.

3. James A. Anderson, “An Introduction to Neural Networks”, PHI Learning Pvt.

Ltd., 2011.

4. Martin T. Hagan, Howard B. Demuth, Mark Beale, “Neural Network Design”,

Supplementary

9.2 Cengage Learning, Fourth Indian Reprint, 2010.

Reference(s)

5. Bart Kosko, “Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems-A Dynamical Approach to

Machine Intelligence”, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 2010.

6. http://www.cs.stir.ac.uk/~lss/NNIntro/InvSlides.html

7. http://www.willamette.edu/~gorr/classes/cs449/intro.html

8. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6- 867-

machine-learning 9. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/sloan-school-of-management/15-

062-datamining-spring-2003/lecture-notes/NeuralNet2002.pdf

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion

10

Methods and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department Elective

B. Tech. (ECE) IV Year VII Semester

UGC CBCS: DSE

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code ECE 742

2 Course Title Speech and Image Processing -DSE-IX

3 Credits 3

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 3 (3-0-0)

P)

This course presents the fundamentals of digital signal processing with particular emphasis on

problems in biomedical research and clinical medicine. It covers principles and algorithms for

Course processing both deterministic and random signals. Topics include data acquisition, imaging,

5

Objectives filtering, coding, feature extraction, and modeling. The focus of the course is a series of labs

that provide practical experience in processing physiological data, with examples from

cardiology, speech processing, and medical imaging.

By the end of the module the student should be able to...

Understand and explain general principles of Digital Signal and Image Processing and

Digital Filter Design;

Course

6 Use appropriate mathematical tools to analyse and process 1-dimensional and 2-

Outcomes

dimensional signals;

Design and develop in MATLAB appropriate applications in voice analysis and synthesis.

ECE 742.A Unit A Signal Representation & Digital Image

Review of discrete time signals in time and frequency: Z-transform and Fourier

Unit A Topic

7.01 ECE 742.A1 representations; sampling and quantisation; stochastic signals and noise

1

processes.

Unit A Topic Different stages of Image processing & Analysis Scheme. Components of

7.02 ECE 742.A2

2 Image Processing System, Multiprocessor Interconnections.

Unit A Topic A Review of various Mathematical Transforms. Image Formation: Geometric

7.03 ECE 742.A3

3 Model, Photometric Model.

Unit A Topic Image Digitization: A review of Sampling and quantization processes. A

7.04 ECE 742.A4

4 Digital image.

Unit B Topic Image Enhancement: Contrast Intensification, Smoothing, Image sharpening.

7.05 ECE 742.B1

1

Unit B Topic Restoration: Minimum Mean – Square Error Restoration by Homomorphic

7.06 ECE 742.B2

2 Filtering.

Unit B Topic Image Compression: Schematic diagram of Data Compression Procedure,

7.07 ECE 742.B3

3 Lossless compression – coding.

Unit B Topic Multivalued Image Processing, Multispectral Image Processing, Processing of

7.08 ECE 742.B4

4 colour images.

ECE 742.C Unit C Digital Speech Processing

The Fundamentals of Digital Speech Processing. A Review of Discrete-Time

Unit C Topic

7.09 ECE 742.C1 Signal & Systems , the Z-transform, the DFT, Fundamental of Digital Filters,

1

FIR system, IIR Systems.

7.10 ECE 742.C2 Unit C Topic Time –Domain Methods for Speech Processing. Time-Dependent Processing

2 of speech, short-time energy and Average Magnitude, Short time Average

Zero- Crossing Rate.

Digital Representation of speech Waveform Sampling speech signals,

Unit C Topic statistical model, Instantaneous quantization, Instantaneous companding,

7.11 ECE 742.C3

3 quantization for optimum SNR, Adaptive quantization, Feed-forward Feedback

adaptions.

ECE 742.D Unit D Linear Predictive Coding of Speech

Unit D Topic Block diagram of Simplified Model for Speech Production. Basic Principles of

7.12 ECE 742.D1

1 Linear Predictive Analysis- The Auto Correlation Method.

The Prediction Error Signal. Digital Speech Processing for Man-Machine

Unit D Topic

7.13 ECE 742.D2 Communication by voice. Speaker Recognition Systems- Speaker verification

2

and Speaker Identification Systems.

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs)

(Theory)

8.21 MTE-I 40

8.22 MTE-II 40

8.3 ETE (Theory) 80

9 References

1. Oppenheim, A. V., and R. W. Schafer, with J. R. Buck. Discrete-Time Signal

Processing. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1999. ISBN:

9.1 Text book 9780137549207.

2. Papoulis, A., and S. U. Pillai. Probability, Random Variables, and Stochastic

Processes. New York, NY: McGraw Hill, 2001. ISBN: 9780072817256.

1. Bishop, C. Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition. New York, NY: Oxford

University Press, 1996. ISBN: 9780198538646.

Supplementary 2. Rabiner, L. R., and R. W. Schafer. Digital Processing of Speech Signals. Upper Saddle

9.2

Reference(s) River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1978. ISBN: 9780132136037.

3. Lim, J. S. Two-Dimensional Signal and Image Processing. Upper Saddle River, NJ:

Prentice Hall, 1989. ISBN: 9780139353222.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Engineering and Technology

School Core

B. Tech. (ECE) IV Year VII Semester

UGC CBCS: Foundation Core

School of Engineering and Dept. of Engineering and

Theory Course Offered by

Technology Technology

1 Course Code ECG 740

2 Course Title Microwave and Radar – DSC-XIV

3 Credits 5

Contact

4 Hours (L-T- 6 (3-1-1)

P)

This course has been designed to offer as a graduate level as well as

undergraduate level core subject to the students of Electronics or Electrical

Course Communication Engineering. The course presumes a basic knowledge of

5

Objectives Electromagnetic Field theory and Vector Calculus. Also, it is presumed that the

student has gone through foundation level courses in Electronics Network

Theory, Signals and Systems and Communication Systems.

1. Acquired knowledge about Radar and Radar Equations.

2. Understanding the working principal of MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar.

3. Foster ability to work using Detection of Signals in Noise and Radio

Course Direction Finding.

6

Outcomes 4. Knowledge about Microwave Solid State Devices.

5. Ability to identify and study the performance of Wave Guides and

Resonators

6. Study the performance of Microwave Components.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

History of Microwaves, Microwave Frequency bands. Advantage

7.01 ECG 524.U1 Unit 1 of microwaves, Applications of Microwaves: Civil and Military,

Medical, EMI/ EMC

Basic concepts and properties of waveguides, comparison with 2-

7.02 ECG 524.U1 Unit 1 wire transmission lines, types of waveguides, Concept of Mode,

Characteristics of TEM, TE and TM Modes, dominant mode.

Introduction, Scattering Parameters of Waveguide microwave

7.03 ECG 524.U2 Unit 2 Junctions, microwave T Junctions, Magic Tee Directional

couplers and Ferrite devices.

Transferred electron devices, Gunn Diodes, IMPATT diodes,

7.04 ECG 524.U2 Unit 2

Schottky Barrier diodes(SBD), PIN diodes, tunnel diode

Limitations of conventional tubes. Construction, operation and

7.05 ECG 524.U2 Unit 2 properties of Klystron. Reflex Klystron. Magnetron. Traveling

Wave Tubes (TWT). BWO, crossed field amplifiers.

Introduction of Radar, Maximum Unambiguous Range, Radar

Waveforms, Simple form of Radar Equation, Radar Block Diagram

and Operation, Radar Frequencies and Applications Prediction of

7.06 ECG 524.U3 Unit 3

Range Performance, Minimum Detectable Signal, Receiver Noise

Course Scheme & Syllabus and SNR Transmitter Power, PRF andIVRange Ambiguities,

Year VII Semester ,

Applications of Radar.

7.07 ECG 524.U4 Unit 4 Antenna parameter, Doppler Effect ,Doppler determination of

velocity, CW radar and its limitations, FMCW radar, Basic

principle and operation of MTI radar, Delay line cancellers, Blind

speeds and staggered PRFs.

Tracking with radar, Monopulse tracking, Conical scan and

7.08 ECG 524.U4 Unit 4

sequential Lobing, Low angle Tracking,, Tracking in Range

8 Course Evaluation: 200 Marks

Internal

8.1 40 ( Student Seminar, Assignments, Extempore/Presentation, Quiz/surprise test)

Assessment

8.11 Student

Seminar 10 (1/syndicate (8-10 student)

(syndicate)

8.12 Assignments 10 (8 Mandatory Assignments)

8.13 Extempore/

10(1/student)

Presentation

8.14 Quiz/surprise

10 (2 times)

test

8.2 MTE

80 ( 2 MTEs) + 50 ( 2 PEs)

(Theory)+PE

8.21 MTE-I+PE 40+25

8.22 MTE-II+PE 40+25

8.3 ETE

(Theory)+

80+50

Practical

Exam

9 References

1. David M. Pozar, "Microwave Engineering", Third Edition, Wiley India.

2. Microwave Devices and Circuits ‘3rd edition’ Samuel Y Liao.

9.1 Text book

3. M .I. Skolnik: Introduction to Radar Systems, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2007.

4. Microwave devices and Radar Engg: M.Kulkarni, Umesh Publications.

1. R.E.Collin, "Foundations for Microwave Engineering", Second edition,

IEEE Press.

2. S. Ramo, J.R.Whinnery and T.V.Duzer, "Fields and Waves in

Supplementar

Communication

9.2 y

Electronics", Third Edition, Wiley India.

Reference(s)

3. P. Zarchan: Tactical and Strategic Missile Guidance, AIAA, 2007.

4. M. Kayton and W. Fried: Avionics Navigation System, Wiley Interscience,

1997.

9.3 Free Software CST Microwave Studio

Pedagogical White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group

10

Methods Discussion and Task

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

UGC CBCS: Interdisc. /Generic

B. Tech (ECE) IV Year VII Semestee

Elective

Dept. of Electronics and

Theory Course Offered by School of Engineering and Technology

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code HMU 169

2 Course Title LEADERSHIP & ENTREPRENEURSHIP – UE (H & M)-IV – GE-IV

3 Credits 2

Contact Hours (L-

4 2-0-0 (2)

T-P)

1. To understand the importance of leadership and how it can be developed.

2. To develop the conceptual base for understanding different types of leadership.

3. To inculcate critical thinking among students so that they are capable of identifying

business opportunities by using cutting-edge analytical tools and problem-solving

5 Course Objectives skills to start new businesses and implement processes to successfully operate these

businesses.

4. To Effectively understand and implement a business report for a new venture

5. To create entrepreneurial managers for corporate.

6. To enhance the decision – making skills and administrative competence of students

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to

1. Student will be able to demonstrate leadership qualities as he will understand its

application.

2. He/she will ensure corporate success through leadership and entrepreneurial abilities.

6 Course Outcomes

3. Students will be able to demonstrate a fundamental comprehension of business

opportunity evaluation, from the perspective of a prospective investor.

4. Students will be able to identify the most recognized sources of potential funding

and financing for business start-ups and/or expansion.

7 Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;

HMU 169.A Unit A LEADERSHIP

Unit A Leadership: Meaning; Importance; Leadership Styles

7.01 HMU 169.A1

Topic 1

HMU 169.B Unit B THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP

Unit B Theories of Leadership: Behavioral theories, contingency theories, LMX theory

7.03 HMU 169.B1

Topic 1

HMU 169.C Unit C CONTEMPORARY LEADERSHIP ROLES & EFFECTIVE LEADERS

Contemporary leadership roles: Mentoring, self- leadership, the E- age and

Unit C

7.06 HMU 169.C1 online leadership.

Topic 1

7.07 HMU 169.C2

Topic 2

HMU 169.D Unit D

Motivation:

Definition of Entrepreneurship. Need for Entrepreneurship, Characteristics of a

Unit D

7.09 HMU 169.D1 successful Entrepreneur, Classification of Entrepreneurs,

Topic 1

Difference between entrepreneur and entrepreneur, Linkage between

Unit D

7.10 HMU 169.D2 Entrepreneur and Economic Development.

Topic 2

Definition of Entrepreneurial Motivation, Maslow’s theory, McClelland’s Need

Unit D

7.11 HMU 169.D3 – Achievement Theory, Internal and external entrepreneurial motivational

Topic 3

factors

HMU 169.E Unit E Establishing a Small Enterprise & Sickness in Small scale industries:

Project Identification, Product/Project Selection, Project Formulation,

Unit E

7.12 HMU 169.E1 Assessment of

Topic 1

Unit E Project Feasibility, Market Survey, Risk Analysis, Preparation of project report,

7.13 HMU 169.E2

Topic 2

Selection of the site and legal considerations

Unit E

7.14 HMU 169.E3 Basic start - up problems, Sickness in small scale industries – policies of

Topic 3

government

8 Course Evaluation: 100 Marks

Attendance 10% (75-80% 1 mark, 81-85% 2 marks, 86-90% 3 marks, 91-95% 4 marks, 96-100% 10

8.11

(Theory) marks)

Homework

8.12 5% (5 Mandatory Assignments)

(Theory)

8.13 Quiz (Theory) 10% (2 Better of 3 quiz)

Projects/ Group

8.14 Not Applicable

work / Lab

Class

8.15

Presentation/Report 10%

8.2 MTE (Theory) 20 % ( BETTER OF 2 MTEs)

8.21 ETE 40 %

9 References

Robbins, Stephen P. “Organizational Behaviour” 13th edition, pearson education, New

9.1 Text book

Delhi.

9.3 Free Software --------

Pedagogical

10 White/Black Board/ Scenarios/ PPT/ Video Lecture/ Role Play/ Group Discussion and Task

Methods

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: Foundation IV Year VII Semester

Core

School of Engineering and Department of Electronics and

Theory & Lab Course Offered by:

Technology Communication Engineering

1 Course Code SMG 745

2 Course Title Student Mentoring & Counselling

3 Credits 0-0-0.5 (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-0.5 (0.5)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk confidentially to someone

impartial, so you are free to explore your true feelings and be

supported without judgment. Because everyone is different, a

counsellor does not simply dish out advice – the discussions in

counselling are aimed at helping you understand what is going on for

you and what would help you best.

2. Our goal in creating this guide is to provide a resource for faculty

members who seek to improve their effectiveness as mentors.

Students and their mentors share responsibility for ensuring

productive and rewarding mentoring relationships. Both parties have

a role to play in the success of mentoring.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. maximise their potential

2. develop their skills

3. improve their performance

4. become the person they want to be

7 Outline syllabus: 26 Lecture Hours

7.01 SMG 745 Unit A

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Group students as per their abilities and work on their weak points.

7.02

1

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Work on their interview and other soft skills along with manner of

7.03

2 presentation.

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Provide all the extra help and support needed.

7.04

3

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Keep an overall calm and positive environment to ease their transition.

7.05

4

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Be patient and an attentive listener to their problems.

7.06

5

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Help them in coming up with ideas for their project.

7.07

6

SMG 745 Unit A Topic Ease their nerves about all the upcoming challenges they are likely to

7.08

7 face.

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

B. Tech. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

Total Classification

S. Subject

Subject Name L T P As per As per

No. Code (C) (H)

BU UGC

Internship, Project Report Essential

1 MJG 846 0 0 0 19 9 SEC

& Presentation - SEC-XI Comp

Dean & HoD's & Guide's Essential Foundation

2 DXG 849 0 0 0 2 0

Exit Interview Comp Core

Credits= 20.5 Hours = 10

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: SEC IV Year VIII Semester

School of Engineering and Technology Dept. of Electronics and

Course Offered by:

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code MJG846

2 Course Title Internship, Project Report & Presentation

3 Credits 0-0-0 (19)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-0 (19)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Improve writing and analytical skills of students.

2. Provide on-site experience.

3. Train students how to perform research.

4. Improve communication and technical skills.

5. Improve personality and confidence.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Feel confident with industry interaction.

2. Improve their presentation skills.

3. Gain the knowledge of actual site work.

7 Outline syllabus: 12 Lecture Hours

7.01 MJG846.A Unit A

Students will be sent for industrial/field training for the whole semester at

7.02 MJG846.A1 Unit A Topic 1

different industries, project’s sites or construction sites.

Students will be studying and working with various works which must be

7.03 MJG846.A2 Unit A Topic 2 going on the project sites and act as per the guidance of the

supervisors/officers in the industry.

7.04 MJG846.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Daily records will be kept in a diary.

At the end of semester they will prepare a project report in details in

7.05 MJG846.A4 Unit A Topic 4

consultation with the faculty and industry supervisors.

7.06 MJG846.A5 Unit A Topic 5 Presentation will be held for final evaluation.

BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering and Technology

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Essential Component

B. Tech. (ECE) UGC CBCS: Foundation Core IV Year VIII Semester

School of Engineering and Technology Dept. of Electronics and

Course Offered by:

Communication Engineering

1 Course Code DXG849

2 Course Title Dean, HOD’s and Guide’s Exit Interview

3 Credits 0-0-0.5 (0.5)

4 Contact Hours

0-0-1 (1)

(L-T-P)

5 Course Objectives 1. Improve writing and analytical skills of students.

2. Provide on-site experience.

3. Train students how to perform research.

4. Improve communication and technical skills.

5. Improve personality and confidence.

6 Course Outcome Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Feel confident with industry interaction.

2. Improve their presentation skills.

3. Gain the knowledge of actual site work.

7 Outline syllabus: 12 Lecture Hours

7.01 DXG849.A Unit A

7.02 DXG849.A1 Unit A Topic 1 Every student of 8th semester will interviewed at the end of the semester.

The students will be asked about their personal experience of being a part of

7.03 DXG849.A2 Unit A Topic 2

the institute for four years.

7.04 DXG849.A3 Unit A Topic 3 Their mental and analytical development will be analyzed.

The interview/ personal interaction will also be a stimulus for the further

7.05 DXG849.A4 Unit A Topic 4

improvement of the students as well as the university systems.

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